Assessment of the Civil Security Market in India

  • October 2013
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 125 pages

After the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, India has been modernising its homeland security apparatus. This research service assesses the Indian civil security market. It identifies key market opportunities and trends, and it provides an overview of existing suppliers. Total market and segment forecasts are given, as are case studies illustrating market challenges and solutions.

Segments covered include border and maritime security; critical infrastructure protection, which breaks down further into security for power and utility infrastructure, oil and gas infrastructure, mass transportation, and airports; first responder C3i and emergency response; safe cities; and cyber security. The base year is 2012, and the forecast period is 2013 to 2020.

Key Findings

• India has been modernising its homeland security apparatus after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. Public-sector spending (spending by the government) accounts for the majority of the revenue in India’s civil security market.
• Left-wing extremism, threats from terrorist outfits, public-private partnerships in internal security, mega events, the vulnerability of critical infrastructure, and changes in offset policy are some of the factors driving the civil security market in India.
• Low awareness of security products; a price-sensitive, fragmented market; and bureaucratic delays are some of the factors that threaten market prospects.
• The Indian civil security market (comprising border and maritime security; critical infrastructure protection for airports, oil and gas, power and utilities, and mass transportation; first responder C3i* and emergency response; safe cities; and cyber security) is expected to more than double from $X billion in 2012 to $X billion in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of X%.
• Technology solutions for border management and India's coastal surveillance network are driving the border and maritime security market segment. Revenue for border and maritime security is expected to increase from $X billion in 2012 to $X billion in 2020.
• In India, the critical infrastructure protection market segment (comprising airports, mass transportation, oil and gas, and power and utilities) is expected to increase from $X billion in 2012 to $Xbillion in 2020.
• Airport security is the fastest-growing sub-segment in the critical infrastructure protection segment and safe cities is the fastest growing segment in the civil security market, with growth rates of X% and X%, respectively.
• Major government projects like the National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID), the Moderisation of Police Force (MPF) scheme, the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network Systems (CCTNS) project, and disaster management will drive the first responder 3Ci and emergency response segment in India. Revenue for this market segment is expected to increase from $X billion in 2012 to $X billion in 2020.

CEO’s Perspective

- Critical infrastructure protection will offer the maximum opportunities in the Indian civil security market.
- Opportunities for high-tech equipment will arise in the first responder C3i and emergency response segment as a result of the MPF scheme and the NATGRID project.
- Integrated border management and Phase 2 of the coastal surveillance network will create market opportunities in the border and maritime security segment.
- Further phases of UIDAI’s “Aadhaar”* project will create opportunities in the world’s largest identity management project.
- The airport security market, followed by safe cities, will have the fastest growth rate.

Market Definitions

This study will assess the civil security market in India by identifying the key trends and market opportunities for homeland security in India. It will focus on various threat domains, including border and maritime security, critical infrastructure protection, first responder C3i and emergency response, safe cities, and cyber security. The critical infrastructure protection segment is further split into the following sub-segments: oil and gas infrastructure security, airport security, power and utility infrastructure security, and mass transportation security. The objectives of this study are as follows:
• To provide a quantitative overview of security technology spending in India for various threat domains
• To assess market dynamics across these threat domains and analyse the market potential of existing and future projects.
• To provide a competitive overview of the Indian civil security market

Market Overview

• After the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, modernising India’s homeland security apparatus has become the priority of central and state governments.
• Homeland security in India is the responsibility of various intelligence agencies, state and central police forces, and paramilitary forces, all of which function under the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).
• The MHA in India is responsible for issues related to internal security, management of border and paramilitary forces, terrorism, collaboration between the state and central government agencies, disaster management, and the administration of union territories.
• Left-wing extremism is presently considered the greatest threat to India’s internal security. Some of the other security challenges facing the country include combatting a rise in unconventional threats from terrorism; securing of the country’s borders and coastline; and preventing, mitigating, and effectively responding to disasters.
• The existing capability gaps in India's civil security market will provide immense opportunities to the private sector in the coming years.
oPresently, there is a need for significant improvement in intelligence gathering through new technologies and analytical tools.
oThe government of India has initiated several new projects, such as NATGRID as well as modernisation projects like MPF for state and central police forces.

Table Of Contents

Executive Summary
Market Overview
Total Civil Security Market
Drivers and Restraints
Forecast and Trends
Competitive Assessment
Border and Maritime Security Segment
Critical Infrastructure Protection Segment
Safe Cities Segment
First Responder C3i and Emergency Response Segment
Cyber Security Segment
Case Studies—Indian Civil Security Market
The Last Word
Appendix

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