Global Security Digital Transformation, 2019

Global Security Digital Transformation, 2019

Enabling Security to Better Respond to a Multiple Threats Environment

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08-Aug-2019
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Europe
Research Code: 9AB1-00-16-00-00
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The Security ecosystem is embracing the digital transformation across multiple applications with an aim to improve operational efficiency and modernize legacy systems. This study covers the digital solutions market penetration in public safety, critical infrastructures and governments.

Frost & Sullivan Security Digital Transformation analysis assesses the various levels of adoption when it comes to the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality and the Blockchain. With an aim to define what a digital solution is per se, this report explores what are the benefits to embrace digital platforms in security missions. In that regard, the includes security uses cases and programs across different regions to highlight various penetration rates and discrepancies amongst security end-users depending on operating segments and relevance to security applications.

If resistance to change and security concerns are the biggest challenges slowing down market adoption of digital solutions, especially in Western regions, these new technologies are still perceived as essential to overcome operational pain points, from crime prevention to better evidence management, persistence surveillance and threat detection, information sharing and greater collaboration between diverse agencies.

The access to a bigger volume of valuable intelligence from embedded sensors, video surveillance, body worn cameras and smart devices, such as tablets, glasses or watches, drives security forces to upgrade obsolete IT infrastructures. Besides, it is critical for the security forces adopt the relevant tools to efficiently handle, securely store and analyse these data to directly improve operation success, critical infrastructure resilience, identify sources of savings and adopt more adequate resources planning and risk management plans.

Nevertheless, not every industry player is in a position to deliver adequately digital solutions to the security ecosystem. This is another consequence of the security digital transformation: industry incumbents are facing market entrance of non-traditional players. Amongst these new entrants, digital champions such as Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft, IBM or Dell EMC are slowly paving their way. Additionally, smaller players from start-ups to unicorns are also increasing their market footprint when it comes to predictive analytics or innovative cyber solutions.

This more diverse competitive landscape is also impacting traditional business patterns and solutions provision, with a gradual interest towards “Security on demand” and solutions delivered under the “Software as a Service” format.

Author: Alix Leboulanger

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Research Scope

What is a Digital Platform?

Examples of Digital Platforms

Why Digitalising?

Key Contextual Trends Impacting Digitalisation

Trends Analysis—Booster and Challenges

Opportunity Analysis

Market Penetration of Digital Technologies in Security

The Digitalisation Wave

Adoption Map

The Threat Landscape—Part 1

The Threat Landscape—Part 2

The Next Steps—Combining Digital Technologies in Security

What Digitalisation Means for Security?

Digitalising Critical National Infrastructures

Digitalising Critical National Infrastructures (continued)

Critical National Infrastructures Digitalisation

Digitalisation Added-Value on CNI Protection

Global Hot Spots and Top Segments

Case Study—Joint Border Management System

Case Study—Home Office Cloud Migration

Digitalising Critical National Infrastructures—Market Adoption Levels

Digitalising Critical National Infrastructures—Impact

Digitalising Public Safety

Digitalising Public Safety (continued)

Early Adopters and Key Public Safety Applications

Impact on the Public Safety Intelligence Cycle

Public Safety Digitalisation—Main Pain Points

Case Study—AI to Tackle Terrorism Propaganda

Case Study—AI to Plan Safe Traffic Ahead

Digitalising Public Safety—Market Adoption Levels

Digitalising Public Safety—Impact

Evolution of Business Models

Business Models—Contextual Evolution

Impact on Security—Security as a Service

Data Monetization Avenues

Network Effect

Network Effect on the Way? Use Case 1

Network Effect on the Way?

Digitalisation Impact on Competition—Current Landscape

Methodology

Leading Security Firms Market Presence

Leading Security Firms Market Presence (continued)

Digital Maturity Assessment

Digital Maturity Assessment (continued)

Digital Maturity Assessment (continued)

Digital Maturity Assessment (continued)

Digital Maturity Assessment (continued)

Digital Front Runners and Challengers

Assessing IT Leaders Maturity in Security

Assessing IT Leaders Maturity in Security (continued)

Security Players vs. IT Players

Security Digitalisation and Its Impact on Competition

Cyber Players

Digital Transformation—Investment Opportunities

Growth Opportunity 1—Security as a Service

Growth Opportunity 2—Machine Biometrics

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Digital Transformation—Impact Analysis

Strategic Conclusions

Future Outlook—Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Technology Providers Profiles

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Managed Services Profiles

Managed Services Profiles (continued)

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List of Acronyms

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

The Security ecosystem is embracing the digital transformation across multiple applications with an aim to improve operational efficiency and modernize legacy systems. This study covers the digital solutions market penetration in public safety, critical infrastructures and governments. Frost & Sullivan Security Digital Transformation analysis assesses the various levels of adoption when it comes to the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality and the Blockchain. With an aim to define what a digital solution is per se, this report explores what are the benefits to embrace digital platforms in security missions. In that regard, the includes security uses cases and programs across different regions to highlight various penetration rates and discrepancies amongst security end-users depending on operating segments and relevance to security applications. If resistance to change and security concerns are the biggest challenges slowing down market adoption of digital solutions, especially in Western regions, these new technologies are still perceived as essential to overcome operational pain points, from crime prevention to better evidence management, persistence surveillance and threat detection, information sharing and greater collaboration between diverse agencies. The access to a bigger volume of valuable intelligence from embedded sensors, video surveillance, body worn cameras and smart devices, such as tablets, glasses or watches, drives security forces to upgrade obsolete IT infrastructures. Besides, it is critical for the security forces adopt the relevant tools to efficiently handle, securely store and analyse these data to directly improve operation success, critical infrastructure resilience, identify sources of savings and adopt more adequate resources planning and risk management plans. Nevertheless, not every industry player is in a position to deliver adequately digital solutions to the security ecosystem. This is another consequence of the security digital transformation: industry incumbents are facing market entrance of non-traditional players. Amongst these new entrants, digital champions such as Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft, IBM or Dell EMC are slowly paving their way. Additionally, smaller players from start-ups to unicorns are also increasing their market footprint when it comes to predictive analytics or innovative cyber solutions. This more diverse competitive landscape is also impacting traditional business patterns and solutions provision, with a gradual interest towards “Security on demand” and solutions delivered under the “Software as a Service” format. Author: Alix Leboulanger
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No Index No
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Author Alix Leboulanger
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB1-00-16-00-00
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GPS Codes 9000-A1,9834-A3,9B07-C1