In October 2021, Kang Song Lim was appointed Chief Executive for Certis Security Australia, bringing with him over 30 years of experience in the technology sector. With a working background spanning across the Asia-Pacific; including Australia, New Zealand, India, China and Singapore, Kang Song is focused on increasing Certis Security Australia’s technological solutions and nurturing the growing Certis family.
Prior to that, John Roche’s great-grandson, Tom Roche, was Chief Executive of SNP for over 30 years and oversaw the transition and launch of Certis Security Australia. In October 2021, Tom took a well-earned retirement after almost four decades in the Australian security sector, having perfectly positioned Certis Security Australia for the future.
Our clients value our multi-disciplinary approach and our ability to carry all solutions from conception to completion. To ensure all our clients receive a bespoke security service, we design, build, and operate programs that are specific to each organisation. We bring decades of experience in physical security, from guarding to mobile patrols. In addition, we guarantee our clients are always ahead of the curve by consistently developing modern technological security solutions, from CCTV to Artificial Intelligence. By continually re-evaluating our approach and options, we can offer our customers a one-stop-shop for all security solutions, ensuring we live up to our customers security requirements.
At Certis Security Australia, we believe that technology and traditional operations must work together, rather than independently, so that all security systems support each other to deliver the best outcomes. This also helps to reduce customer costs and create a seamless transition between programs.
For almost 100 years, Certis has gathered unparalleled security expertise providing integrated security solutions in industries including aviation, transport, logistics, healthcare, government, critical infrastructure and commercial property and precincts. Many of the partnerships established in those first years are still successful today.