Our structure, as displayed on this page, shows the various roles performed by your Executive Committee, all voluntary members. The Executive Committee is united by a commitment to the security profession. This commitment gives us a unique ability to offer the Victorian membership appropriate support across our industry.
Our team on the ground in Victoria maintain strong local, regional, national and international ties, supporting our members and ensuring the success of our industry.
Daniel has approximately 14 years of experience in the Security industry, including operational leadership and consulting. He enjoys the challenge of finding and adapting common security principles to address new or complex risks, with a focus on Governance, Physical and Information Security domains. Daniel holds a Diploma of Security Risk Management, and a Diploma of Management.
Clayton has over 30 years’ experience in the security industry as a trainer, adviser and security leader. He specialises in security risk management, security training and executive protection. In addition to leading his own organisation, Clayton is an adviser to public and private organisations on risk minimisation and operational security services in Australia and abroad.
Laval is a Security Consultant with a background in electrical engineering, with over 7 years’ experience within the industry as a systems integrator and security consultant.
Throughout his career, Laval has worked on several projects within Australia across a range of sectors. He designed and delivered a variety of smart and secure premises in different sectors such as commercial, industrial, educational, and transport locally. He also provided advice and site assessment, was involved in project management and the development of customer specific security standards documentation.
Laval is driven by his passion about technology and delivering smart, secure and safe environment bringing value to his clients.
Laval joins the ASIS committee driven by his desire to contribute to the security industry.
Pascal has been working in the security industry for over 20 years, he is currently working as a Security Consultant specialising predominantly in areas of security risk and development of technical and non-technical security design; and review and development of guard force operations.
After serving as Chapter Chair 2017 to 2019, Pascal continues to take an active role with the Chapter as Membership Coordinator, he also is highly involved with numerous ASIS Subject Matter Expert Communities.
Pascal holds a Diploma in Security and Risk Management and is Board Certified in ISO31000.
For over 20 years Nick has been Managing Director of his own security firm, Dominance Guardian Services. He has experience across areas of business operations, human resources, client acquisition and management in addition to the development of formalised systems across the operation.
Nick has formal tertiary and vocational qualifications in the social sciences, security and business operations.
Graham Manson ASM
Graham has over 21 years experience in security, risk and emergency management. He is a recipient of the Australian Security Medal in recognition of his demonstrated consistent, high-level contribution to the security profession, its clients and the wider community.
Graham is also an active participant in a number of national representative bodies that included the energy, aviation, transport, banking & finance and water sectors. He is highly skilled with demonstrated experience in managing complex and diverse stakeholder groups.
Graham has formal qualifications in security, risk and safety. He has extensive experience in governance and compliance.
Craig has over 30 years’ experience in the security industry with 25 of these years in managerial roles in the private and public sectors.
Strong interest in large scale security projects and improving hardware, systems and processes for effective and efficient operations.
Holder of an Associate Diploma Social Science (Security Management) and an electrical trade qualification.
Scott has served in various roles in a security career distinguished by the breadth and depth of his exposure to the threat landscape.
His approach reflects extensive experience across the physical, personnel and logical security domains. His personable nature and demeanour provide an ideal platform for collaboration and negotiation environments. He has a degree in Criminology from CSU and a Masters in Cybersecurity, Strategy and Diplomacy from UNSW.
Scott is a member of multiple security, risk, intelligence, and cybersecurity-related organisations. This active membership provides an ideal platform for empowering knowledge outreach from a global cybersecurity community.
Charlie Kobak has been in the security industry since 1994 and is Founder and Director of Crownland Security since 2009.
Charlie has over 10-years’ experience as a security industry trainer and assessor delivering a range of security and security & risk management courses as well as actively undertaking a range of operational security roles.
Charlie has formal tertiary and vocational qualifications in business, security, risk management and health & fitness.