Mr. Ng Chee Peng brings with him more than 17 years of commercial security experience at various levels. He is formally trained and has an extensive number of Security Management certification to his credit. His acute understanding of security concerns faced by companies has enabled Power Security to evolve into one that is well-positioned to tackle all requirements of our clients, as well as exceed their expectations.
With a keen eye for opportunities, Mr. Ng is instrumental in developing winning strategic blueprints for the company and propelling Power Security to the market leadership position. His management philosophy is generally summed as one that is people-oriented and customer-centric.
Established since 1997
Graded "B" Good by SIRD (Year 2012)
POWER SECURITY CORE VALUES
Integrity – to be accountable for our actions with transparent and upright business practices
Humanity – Power Security draws its strength from its connection with its employees and their ability to deliver over and above what is expected and recognises the need to support its most important resource
Fairness – to be equitable in our all dealings with our security officers
Quality – to seek out customers who value premium services and to deliver the best customer experience possible
by Andre Morris
The behavior of security officers with access to data affects information systems and assets. Security Officers behavior is the primary source of costly assignments breraches. It's also the best way to prevent loss.
Security can't be guaranteed. As Clint Eastwood once said, "If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster." The only secure system is one that's unplugged, turned off, and in a locked room.
Since it's not practical to leave our systems turned off, we need to understand the risks to our systems and prepare ourselves to defend them. Preparation begins with understanding — and that's where awareness comes in.
With all the news stories about hackers, botnets, and breaches involving personal information, it's easy for the security message to sound over-used and tired. It's easy for people to say, "It won't happen here." Yet, studies and surveys repeatedly show that: the human factor (what employees do or don't do) is the biggest threat to information systems and assets.
In summary I want to conclude this saying: while it is important to invest in technology to protect your assets it is also important to invest in education for your employees, a well trained security officer can save you a lot time and money. Keep that in mind !