Global Digital Intelligence for Law Enforcement Growth Opportunities

Global Digital Intelligence for Law Enforcement Growth Opportunities

Digital and Physical Security Convergence Through Multi-Data Intelligence Enable Growth Strategies

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09-Nov-2022
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Research Code: K7F0-01-00-00-00
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The rapid growth of new digitalized technologies and the digitalization of criminal activity are the two main factors influencing the law enforcement segment to change its security systems. Federal agencies are willing to converge the traditional technologies of their security solutions with digital intelligence (DI) platforms to perform better and faster operations when confronting an attack.

As the security industry continues digitizing new devices, endpoints, sensor systems, and software platforms for its operations, the data volume being collected and requiring analysis grows exponentially. In addition, there are information silos among business operations systems, IT security, and physical security teams, leaving significant gaps in situational awareness and vulnerabilities against cyber threats. This risks public safety and the lawful functioning of organizations.

DI solutions answer the needs of law enforcement agencies by converging security solutions to provide comprehensive intelligence based on contextual analysis, historical alerts, and predictive capabilities that understand the risks organizations may face in a threat environment.

In this report, Frost & Sullivan analyzes market trends, changes in law enforcement with the introduction of DI technologies, and the switch of criminal activity to a more digitalized way. We also examine how the security industry shifted from fragmented and siloed security solutions to an integrated security strategy, leading to the growing segment for accurate DI solutions. Notably, the report offers industry stakeholders insights into changing budget patterns among law enforcement agencies toward DI solutions and lawful data collection to capitalize on opportunities while ensuring adherence to strict privacy regulations.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Digital Intelligence (DI) for the Law Enforcement Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Metrics

Importance of DI Solutions

Market Analysis 

Market Analysis (continued)

DI Solution Mapping

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

DI for Law Enforcement 

How DI has Changed the Law Enforcement Industry 

Law Enforcement and Dark Web Challenges

DI and Terrorism

DI and Terrorism (continued)

DI and Terrorism (continued)

Social Media and DI

Social Media and DI (continued)

Social Media and DI (continued)

Ethical Use of DI for Law Enforcement 

Ethical Use of DI for Law Enforcement (continued) 

Growth Opportunity 1: Automated Digital Intelligence (DI) Insights for Security Usage

Growth Opportunity 1: Automated Digital Intelligence (DI) Insights for Security Usage (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Migration of Security Budget from Legacy Solutions to DI Capabilities

Growth Opportunity 2: Migration of Security Budget from Legacy Solutions to DI Capabilities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Transparent and Lawful Data Collection for Security Operations

Growth Opportunity 3: Transparent and Lawful Data Collection for Security Operations (continued)

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The rapid growth of new digitalized technologies and the digitalization of criminal activity are the two main factors influencing the law enforcement segment to change its security systems. Federal agencies are willing to converge the traditional technologies of their security solutions with digital intelligence (DI) platforms to perform better and faster operations when confronting an attack. As the security industry continues digitizing new devices, endpoints, sensor systems, and software platforms for its operations, the data volume being collected and requiring analysis grows exponentially. In addition, there are information silos among business operations systems, IT security, and physical security teams, leaving significant gaps in situational awareness and vulnerabilities against cyber threats. This risks public safety and the lawful functioning of organizations. DI solutions answer the needs of law enforcement agencies by converging security solutions to provide comprehensive intelligence based on contextual analysis, historical alerts, and predictive capabilities that understand the risks organizations may face in a threat environment. In this report, Frost & Sullivan analyzes market trends, changes in law enforcement with the introduction of DI technologies, and the switch of criminal activity to a more digitalized way. We also examine how the security industry shifted from fragmented and siloed security solutions to an integrated security strategy, leading to the growing segment for accurate DI solutions. Notably, the report offers industry stakeholders insights into changing budget patterns among law enforcement agencies toward DI solutions and lawful data collection to capitalize on opportunities while ensuring adherence to strict privacy regulations.
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Author Dolores Aleman
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
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WIP Number K7F0-01-00-00-00