In this paper, we study resource allocation for multiuser multiple-input single-output secondary communication systems with multiple system design objectives. We consider cognitive radio networks where the secondary receivers are able to harvest energy from the radio frequency when they are idle. The secondary system provides simultaneous wireless power and secure information transfer to the secondary receivers. We propose a multi-objective optimization framework for the design of a Pareto optimal resource allocation algorithm based on the weighted Tchebycheff approach. In particular, the algorithm design incorporates three important system objectives: total transmit power minimization, energy harvesting efficiency maximization, and interference power leakage-to-transmit power ratio minimization. The proposed framework takes into account a quality of service requirement regarding communication secrecy in the secondary system and the imperfection of the channel state information of potential eavesdroppers (idle secondary receivers and primary receivers) at the secondary transmitter. The adopted multi-objective optimization problem is non-convex and is recast as a convex optimization problem via semidefinite programming (SDP) relaxation. It is shown that the global optimal solution of the original problem can be constructed by exploiting both the primal and the dual optimal solutions of the SDP relaxed problem. Besides, two suboptimal resource allocation schemes for the case when the solution of the dual problem is unavailable for constructing the optimal solution are proposed. Numerical results not only demonstrate the close-to-optimal performance of the proposed suboptimal schemes, but also unveil an interesting trade-off between the considered conflicting system design objectives.