In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider Podcast series, we look at what it takes to build a career in the security industry. From direct entry as a security officer, to working as a technician, coming into the industry from a police or military background or studying security at university, we look at the various avenues to senior security roles.
Daniel Rasins is Associate Director and currently Team Lead of the ICT & Security team in NSW & ACT at AECOM. He is responsible for the business development, project management and technical delivery of ICT and Security projects across a number of markets including Commercial, Defence, Aviation, Education, Transport, Health and Critical Infrastructure.
Codee Ludbey is the security business lead and principal security consultant at Tactix, responsible for delivering specialist security services to clients in Australia. Codee is Board Certified in Security Management by ASIS International, and holds a Masters of Science and First Class Honours degree in Security Management. Ludbey’s experience includes managing counter-terrorism, cyber, and crime related risks for corporate organisations, defining security requirements for infrastructure projects and managing them through the design process.
George Chin is an experienced Chairman with a demonstrated history of working in the security industry and is passionate about lifting the skills and performance Standards of Security Officers. In the 90s, as Chair of the Property Services Training Advisory Board he was instrumental in the development of Australian Security Industry Standards, then a world first outcomes based Training Standards. Currently a Director of Securecorp he is still passionate about getting due recognition to all security operatives, on-going initiative is to encourage maximum employers, users of security and governments to Declare 24/7 being ISOD, a date just round the corner.
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The podcast duration is 27 minutes and 30 seconds.