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
18 Sep 2015  |  Global
Security vs. Privacy
The growing digitisation of police forces around the world has resulted in an increased use of new technologies. The deployment of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) in police forces all over the globe is in its very early stages as there are several technological, social, and legislative issues to contend with. This article takes a look at facial...
19 Aug 2015  |  North America
Upgrades and Service Life Extension Projects Drive a Decreasing Market with Limited New Starts
This Frost & Sullivan research service on the United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) helicopter market provides detailed revenue forecasts, drivers and restraints as well as market shares and competitive analyses of participants from 2014 to 2020. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoro...
05 May 2015  |  North America
Expecting a Flat Market as the Industry Focuses on Providing Cost-efficient Proficiency Training through Blended Means
As the Department of Defense’s discretionary spending levels off, the training and simulation market will remain relatively strong. As the services try to find the correct balance between live and simulated training, money will be spent on more immersive, virtual training to achieve an overall cost savings. Many issues such as networking standard...
28 Apr 2015  |  North America
FY 2016 Spending Assessment
The FY 2016 Department of Homeland Security budget request was published and distributed in February 2015, a scheduled event that has not been on time for the last several years. A key article of interest is the increase from the 2015 request that may open opportunities for companies trying to enter the homeland security market. The new research di...
20 Mar 2015  |  Global
Frost & Sullivan anticipates that Finmeccanica will continue to enhance its security portfolio, focusing on the development of its communications and cybersecurity product lines. Divestment of noncore businesses, combined with a desire to diversify its customer base, will also lead to the company increasingly targeting nongovernmental security cons...
10 Mar 2015  |  Global
Frost & Sullivan anticipates that General Dynamics will continue to develop its security product portfolio, supplying solutions to a range of government and commercial customers. It has a strong market position in the United States, but it is finding success with international clients as well. Capability enhancements are expected to be made only wh...
10 Mar 2015  |  Global
NEC will continue to supply a range of IT security management and biometric solutions to the market, with Frost & Sullivan anticipating a company focus on the development of a Big Data and cloud services solution. Winning opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region is a core aspect of the companys continued diversification of its international custom...
09 Mar 2015  |  Global
Frost & Sullivan expects Northrop Grumman to continue enhancing its security-centric portfolio, focusing on the development of cybersecurity and communications solutions. The company works closely with national governments to deliver large-scale, complex, and technologically advanced solutions. Increasing demand from non-governmental customers may ...
09 Mar 2015  |  Global
Frost & Sullivan anticipates that Raytheon will continue to develop its security solutions portfolio, focusing on the development of its cybersecurity capabilities. The use of strategic acquisitions is expected to continue whilst the company realigns its core business capabilities to enhance its customer diversification as funding for US government...
02 Mar 2015  |  Global
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Frost & Sullivan anticipates Lockheed Martin to continue adding new capabilities to its security-centric portfolio, with a focus on providing a range of cybersecurity products aimed at the industrial control systems market. The acquisition of Industrial Defender in 2014, teamed with the creation of Lockheed Martin International in 2013, also indica...