At E2E, we are the future of security advisory services – adaptable, innovative and customer-focused, with a commitment to a customised, comprehensive, end-to-end approach for every client. We combine expertise from our military and engineering backgrounds with a friendly and professional approach to provide a premium service that is also cost-effective. Our deep and wide-ranging experience underpins our ability to solve complex problems creatively and think outside the box.

Our Team

Daniel Glick

Lead Engineer
Daniel is a Director and Lead Engineer at E2E-Security, with fifteen years’ experience in infrastructure, public safety and security. Starting with a Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering, Daniel worked at General Motors, where he quickly developed a passion for innovation and forward-thinking engineering. Working in advanced vehicle development, he was involved in developing next-gen police pursuit vehicles and global vehicle platforms.
Daniel then turned his passion for innovation to major public safety projects, leading engineering and project teams internationally. In 2014, in a collaboration between the Royal Family of Bahrain and Australia’s National Safety Agency, he led an engineering team on a three year development project, implementing country-wide traffic management infrastructure that saw a 40% reduction in road fatalities in Bahrain. More recently, Daniel established, and now directs, a $30M capital infrastructure fund to upgrade security and connect community buildings in the Victorian Jewish community.

Gav Hill

Project Director
Gav is a Director and Project Director at E2E-Security, with ten years’ experience in military service, tech start-ups, critical infrastructure and public safety. Gav served for three years as a Senior Sergeant and certified medic in Israel’s Airborne Special Forces. His military service equipped him with deep skills in tactical analysis and best-practice security methodologies, which fuels his strategic, out-the-box thinking in addressing civil security and public safety.
Gav spent two years as a fraud and loss prevention analyst at ride-share start-up Juno. Focusing on loss prevention incurred via rider and driver fraud, his work ensured Juno remained agile and competitive in an extremely fast-paced industry, with the company selling for $200 million in 2017. Gav has extensive experience in tech start-ups, as a customer care manager and L1-L2 communications and systems integrator. These roles draw on his talent for combining people skills and technical and analytical skills to bridge gaps between non-technical and technical people, procedures and systems.
Since moving to Australia, Gav has been Lead Project Manager overseeing a $30M capital infrastructure fund to upgrade security and connect community buildings in the Victorian Jewish community.