Any duly established and registered business whose primary activity is the supply of security products and services, which meets the required standards and pledges to uphold them through the KSIA Charter.
By application, pledge to the principles of the KSIA Charter, and subject to inspection of their product and service standards.
No. KSIA is not a licensing authority. Membership is voluntary, and is intended for those companies who support the objectives of the association, especially in long-term commitment to professional quality.
No. The KSIA embraces both large and small companies, old and new, those that provide single services and those who offer the full range of security services. The only stipulation is that any product or service a member company offers must comply with KSIA standards.
Members of the KSIA will comply with the technical standards stipulated by the KSIA for products and services, and will operate their companies in accordance with the law, and with due regard to the welfare of their staff, society and the environment.