Considering simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT), we study a multiple-input-single-output (MISO) secrecy channel which consists of a multi-antenna transmitter and a cooperative jammer (CJ), multiple multi-antenna energy receivers (ERs), i.e., potential eavesdroppers, and multiple single-antenna co-located receivers (CRs). Both transmitter and CJ send the intend signal with artificial noise (AN) and jamming signal to interfere with the ERs. All receivers (CRs and ERs) adopt a power splitter to decode information and harvest power simultaneously. We exploit AN and CJ to facilitate efficient wireless energy transfer and secure transmission. Our aim is to maximize the minimum harvested energy among all ERs and CRs subject to the total power constraints at the transmitter and CJ while guaranteeing the minimum secrecy rate for each CR above its requirement. By incorporating norm-bounded channel uncertainty model, we propose a joint design of robust secure transmission. The original problem is solved by a two-step approach. In the first step, the proposed problem is reformulated as a sequence of semidefinite programs (SDPs). In the second step, the proposed problem can be handled by one-dimensional search to attain the optimal solution. Simulation results indicate that the performance of the proposed scheme outperforms that of separated AN-aided or CJ-aided scheme.