2015 Outlook of the Global Security Industry

Global Political, Economic, and Social Challenges Drive Investment in Security Technology


The global security industry is growing as governments and organisations invest to protect assets from known terrorist groups, unknown groups, international organised crime, and localised crime. The increasingly complex threat landscape provides opportunities for security companies across a range of sectors. The report gives an overview of the expected trends in the security industry in 2015, and will discuss areas such as growing safe city investment, increased border security, engagement with the cyber challenge, the emergence of Internet of Things in public safety. In addition the presentation outlines Frost & Sullivan’s top eight security predictions for 2015.
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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryIntroductionTop Predictions for 2015Top Predictions for 2015 (continued)Top Trends for 20152015 HotspotsResidential Security 2015—Market Hot SpotsCommercial and Industrial Security 2015—Market Hot SpotsCritical National Infrastructure Security 2015—Market Hot SpotsSafe Cities and Law Enforcement 2015—Market Hot SpotsKey Global Security Trends Shifting Geo-Politics and Implications for System IntegratorsCrime DownTerror UpTerror Group ActivityThe Evolving Cyber ThreatResponse to Rising Cybersecurity ThreatSpread of Infectious DiseaseNatural DisastersTechnology Enabled ThreatsDiscrete and Intelligent Security SolutionsTechnology TrendsBig Data AnalyticsBig Data is Getting Bigger in 2015—Law EnforcementBig Data Market SegmentsGlobal Application of UAVs in SecurityUnmanned RegulationsPhysical and Cyber Convergence—But are SOCs Merging?Video AnalyticsWearable DevicesBody Worn VideoAuthentication—Logical and Physical AccessCyber Intelligence—The Deep Web and the Dark WebCyber Intelligence—OSINTSecurity as a ServiceSecurity SegmentsCyber 2015Airports 2015Mass Transport 2015Oil & Gas 2015Border Security 2015Maritime Security 2015Finance & Banking 2015Prison Security & Corrections 2015—Key Facts and FiguresPrison Security & Corrections 2015—Drivers & RequirementsPrison Security & Corrections 2015—Challenges: Peru versus AustraliaPort Security 2015—Drivers and RequirementsPort Security 2015—Complex Challenges: UAE ExampleBorder Control 2015Safe Cities—Projects and 2015 OpportunitiesSafe Cities—City Benchmarking of 633 Cities According to Threat, Wealth, and Technology IntentSafe Cities—Evolving From Video Surveillance to Safe CitiesSafe Cities 2015 TrendsCritical Communications 2015—Mobile Broadband Roadmaps to Become Clear Critical Communications 2015—International Migration Strategies and Notable ProgrammesCritical Communications—Expected Mobile Broadband ROI in 2015 Education Security 2015—Drivers and RequirementsEducation Security 2015—Emerging TechnologiesSporting Events 2015Regional AnalysisNorth America 2015Europe 2015Middle East 2015Russia and Central Asia 2015Latin America 2015Africa 2015China 2015India 2015Asia-Pacific 2015Key ConclusionsKey Conclusions




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