Security is a valued necessity in today’s times. Growing terror threats, border disputes, global conflicts and the refugee crises have combined to provide reason enough to adopt stringent security measures such as automated passport control, facial recognition, and defense strategies that cover training and simulation, C4ISR, etc. Not only this, IT infrastructure, cloud computing, network security, and wireless technologies are all key growth areas that are evolving rapidly due to security issues. Concerns about digital threats will continue to drive the banking and finance industry to make cyber security investment.
The Frost & Sullivan Security unit provides global market analysis and forecasts that help clients with insights into emerging technologies, current trends and challenges, and new opportunities to grow their business. Our Security Growth Partnership Service (GPS) contains comprehensive coverage of Government/Homeland and Commercial Security Markets. Our Homeland Security information assists in understanding technologies and solutions that improve security and infrastructure.
Frost & Sullivan’s research service on the United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) includes in-depth analysis of the department’s training and simulation market, the various segments in the helicopter market, and C4ISR budget spending.
Frost & Sullivan’s Security unit looks at new and shifting trends across the market such as:
- Automated passport control in North America
- Banking and finance security technology market assessment
- US DoD C4ISR
- Future of facial recognition technology in law enforcement
- US DoD Helicopter market
- DoD training and simulation market
- US Department of Homeland security budget
- Security competitive profiles such as Finmeccanica
19 Dec 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Move towards LTE and the Leverage of 5G and IoT to Drive the Digital Transition
Meeting the interoperability and technological needs of first responders, the securitisation of data and network, the emergence of digital trends (5G, IoT, cloud, big data), meeting public expectations and heightened public safety issues (natural disasters and catastrophic incidents) are driving growth in critical communication solutions expenditur...
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26 Oct 2017  |  North America
Smarter Security and Surveillance Technology Enhances Market Growth
Physical security and surveillance activities can no longer operate separately from a business' ongoing operations. Surveillance technologies have moved beyond static, passive security operations, where cameras capture video data from security events, alert security operators, and the video data is used mostly for post-event analysis. Modern survei...
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25 Jul 2017  |  Global
Digital Transformation across Port Operations Disrupting Security Requirements
Maritime trade continues to be critical to the movement of goods, with about 90% of global trade (by volume) being carried out by the shipping industry. Safe and secure transportation of goods remains a government priority globally to ensure economic stability and growth. Investment to protect goods in transit, including from land to sea, at port s...
16 May 2017  |  Global
A Highly Fragmented Market with Opportunities for New Players owing to the Increasing Sophistication of Attacks
The global Critical National Infrastructure cyber security market is expected to grow to $114.08 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 9.1%. The cyber security market will be driven by an increase in the growth of emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Computing. Over the coming years, increased collaboration between CNI cont...
17 Apr 2017  |  Global
Smart City Infrastructure Expansion will Facilitate Investment in Surveillance
City surveillance will be driven by an increase in the number of smart city projects and the requirement of law enforcement agencies and city operators to keep citizens safe. Over the coming years, real-time monitoring is expected to grow with law enforcement agencies relying more on surveillance networks than traditional evidentiary and review. An...
04 Apr 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Post-Arab-Spring Opportunities to Bring in $17.05 Billion by 2021
The Middle Eastern Homeland Security market will grow at a CAGR of 15.5% to achieve $17.05 billion by 2021, strongly driven by government initiatives to create a smart and secure environment amidst high terrorist activities in the region. The Middle Eastern Homeland Security market registered a revenue of $7.19 billion in 2015. Frost and Sullivan ...
14 Mar 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Integration and Regulatory Environment will Drive Market Growth
The commercial security market has been in the limelight for its growth across the Middle East for the past few years driven by increased investments and stringent regulatory policies. The demand for sophisticated security systems has seen an upswing, creating growth opportunities throughout the ecosystem. According to Frost & Sullivan’s latest r...
08 Mar 2017  |  Global
Rising Opportunities post Arab Spring
Homeland Security market in the Middle East shows ample growth opportunities. Post the Arab spring, the Middle Eastern countries have continually focused on securing internal security, as well as border security which bode well for the growth of the homeland security devices market. In 2016, the GCC countries spent 0.51% of their GDP on buttressing...
06 Sep 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Infrastructure Development and a High Threat Environment Driving Security Technology Investment
China represents a key growth market for security technology developers. With its healthy economic position, focus on large-scale infrastructure investment plans, and growing population, the nation offers international technology suppliers a range of opportunities for the deployment of security solutions. However, intense competition from increasin...
22 Aug 2016  |  Global
Digital Infrastructure Evolution will Stimulate Wider Investment in C2 Systems and Associated Technologies
With infrastructure providers seeing increasingly constrained security budgets, higher demands being placed on security efficiencies, and more complex digital transformation, security command and control rooms are being asked to take on an increasingly core role in both the protection and operation of key infrastructure locations. Whilst traditiona...