Analysis of the United Kingdom Critical National Infrastructure Security Market

Budgets will Drive Investment in More Efficient Security Technologies


Budget cuts throughout UK government departments have driven the need for efficient security technologies that can bring greater operational efficiencies to security end users. This research service indicates the total UK critical national infrastructure (CNI) security expenditures from 2013 to 2019. In addition, expenditure forecasts are provided for 5 key infrastructure areas including water, energy, mass transport, border and maritime, and C4i first responders security. Analyses of government and cyber security trends are also included. The research is backed by analyses of secondary and in-house sources as well as interviews with key industry participants and end users.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsCEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket SegmentationMarket Segmentation (continued) National Security Strategy, Threat Analysis, and Key TrendsNational Security Strategy—Priority RisksNational Security Strategy—Priority Risks (continued)Threat AnalysisKey Trends—Post-Olympic BluesKey Trends—Foreign Investment in Critical InfrastructureKey Trends—Foreign Investment in Critical Infrastructure (continued)Key Trends—Foreign Investment in Critical Infrastructure (continued)Key Trends—Public Perception of SecurityCNI Investment OverviewExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total CNI Security MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Forecast and Trends—Total MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionExpenditure Forecast by SegmentRevenue Forecast by Segment DiscussionCyber Security Segment AnalysisCyber Security Segment OverviewKey StakeholdersCompetitive LandscapeKey TrendsUpcoming ProjectsGovernment Security Segment AnalysisGovernment Security Segment OverviewDrivers and RestraintsSecurity Specific RequirementsStakeholder AnalysisCompetitors Competitors (continued)Key ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Government Cyber Security ImplicationsBorder and Maritime Security Segment AnalysisBorder and Maritime Security Segment OverviewDrivers and RestraintsSecurity Specific RequirementsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionKey Stakeholders Competitors Key ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Border and Maritime Cyber Security ImplicationsC4i First Responders Security Segment AnalysisC4i First Responders Security Segment OverviewC4i First Responders Security Segment Overview (continued)C4i First Responders Security Segment Overview (continued)Drivers and RestraintsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionStakeholder AnalysisCompetitorsKey ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Mass Transport Security Segment AnalysisMass Transport Security Segment OverviewMass Transport Security Segment Overview (continued)Drivers and RestraintsSecurity Specific RequirementsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionKey StakeholdersCompetitorsCompetitive EnvironmentKey ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Mass Transport Infrastructure DevelopmentMass Transport Cyber Security ImplicationsEnergy Security Segment AnalysisEnergy Security Segment OverviewEnergy Security Segment Overview (continued) Energy Security Segment Overview (continued) Market StructureDrivers and RestraintsSecurity Specific RequirementsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionStakeholder AnalysisElectricity Generation Competitive LandscapeCompetitorsKey ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Key Projects (continued)Key Projects In PlanningEnergy Cyber Security ImplicationsEnergy Cyber Security Implications (continued)Water Security Segment AnalysisWater Security Segment OverviewDrivers and RestraintsSecurity Specific RequirementsExpenditure ForecastExpenditure Forecast DiscussionStakeholder AnalysisCompetitors Key ProjectsKey Projects (continued)Water Cyber Security ImplicationsThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology




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