Danny Moody founded Tobruk Security Management Services Ltd in June 2019. Danny is a senior security management professional with 18 years of experience gained within the City of London whilst working for a variety of blue-chip companies at several iconic locations.
Since then Tobruk SMS Ltd have successfully completed security management and consultancy projects for a varied client base in London and across the UK.
Danny’s previous roles have included:
Security Manager - The London Stock Exchange
Security Contracts Manager - The London Eye
Security Contracts Manager - 30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin)
Head of Security & Risk Management - 30 St Mary Axe Management (The Gherkin)
Strategic Development Manager - Pilgrims Group
Head of Corporate Security - Aviva
During this time Danny has successfully managed large security teams, security projects (CCTV and access control replacement), installations and tenders of a variety of security services.
Danny is a serving committee member of the City of London Crime Prevention Association, a member of the Association of Security Consultants (ASC) and is very well connected in the security industry.
Tobruk is a port city on Libya's eastern Meditteranean coast, near the border with Egypt. It was the site of an ancient Greek colony and, later, of a Roman fortress guarding the frontier of Cyrenaica.
Tobruk has a strong, naturally protected deep harbour with many escarpments to the south and across the Eastern half of Libya. These escarpments form a substantial physical barrier between the north and south of Libya in the Tobruk area.
The natural security provided by the old fortress and escarpments made Tobruk a strategically important Port during World War 2. The Siege of Tobruk was lifted in November 1941 when the British Eighth Army launched Operation Crusader against Erwin Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
As well as the Roman fortress and natural security provided by the escarpments giving Tobruk many Security links / synergies their was also an emotional tie as Danny’s grandad ‘Arthur Moody’ had served at Tobruk during the war.