U.S. Private Sector Homeland Security Market – 2010-2014

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Publication: Q3 2010, Pages: 78, Tables & Figures: 61

Recovery from 2010 Contraction to $11.1 Billion by 2014

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The US economic downturn has had an adverse effect on the 2010 US Private Sector Homeland Security (HLS) market. Despite bottom-line concerns, the private sector has a strong demand for HLS related products and services.
Whilst the economic factors may have changed growth expectations in 2010, the market is positioned to recover strongly in the 2011-2014 period. Key changes and trends have also had a significant impact on the private sector market. There is a trend towards upgrading of the chemical industry security, smart grid security systems, cyber security, perimeter security, command, control & communication systems, IT systems and workforce & visitors screening systems.
This report is the first one addressing this multi-billion market overlooked by many. It is an essential tool for decision makers who are assessing or seeking an in-depth understanding of business opportunities in this market.
Contrary to what many in the industry believe, the report reveals that:
  • The private sector procurement of homeland security related products and services represents 15-16% of the total US Homeland Security market.
  • The US private sector HLS market is larger than the combined federal aviation, maritime and land transportation HLS markets.
  • Over the next five years, the US private sector HLS market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 9.1% from $7.7 billion in 2010 to $11.2 billion by 2014.
  • The US private sector controls 86% of the nation high-priority infrastructure sites.
  • Industry sectors – such as smart grid security and chemical industry security – provide unique business opportunities to new market entrants.
The markets are presented from two vantage points:
  1. Products and services sectors (e.g., Explosives & Weapons Screening, Information Technology, Perimeter Security).
  2. Private sector industries (e.g., Chemical industry, Banking & Finance, Defense Industrial Base, Electric Utilities, Nuclear Power industry).
Table of Contents Table of Contents
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1.  Executive Summary
1.1.  Major Findings
1.2.  Private Sector HLS Funding and Market - 2010-2014
2.  Introduction
3.  Scope
4.  Research Methodology
4.1.  The Report Scenario
4.2.  Terms of Reference
5.  Drivers and Inhibitors
5.1.  Market Drivers
5.2.  Market Inhibitors
6.  SWOT Analysis
7.  Competitive Analysis
8.  Market Dynamics
9.  Spending and Market by Industry
9.1.  Spending by Industry – 2010-2014
9.2.  Market by Industry – 2010-2014
10.  Market Forecast by Industry Sector
10.1.  Banking & Finance – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.1.1.  Market Definition
10.1.2.  Market Analysis
10.1.3.  Operational/Security Risks
10.1.4.  Business Continuity
10.1.5.  Securities Industry
10.1.6.  Market Structure
10.1.7.  Market Drivers
10.1.8.  Market Inhibitors
10.1.9.  Market Characteristics
10.1.10.   Market Forecast – 2010-2014
10.2.  Water Infrastructure – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.2.1.  Market Definition
10.2.2.  Market Analysis
10.2.3.  Responses to Terror-Related Security Concerns
10.2.4.  Market Structure
10.2.5.  Market Drivers
10.2.6.  Market Inhibitors
10.2.7.  Market Characteristics
10.2.8.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.3.  Electric Power Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.3.1.  Market Definition
10.3.2.  Market Analysis
10.3.3.  Market Structure
10.3.4.  Market Drivers
10.3.5.  Market Inhibitors
10.3.6.  Market Characteristics
10.3.7.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.4.  Civil Nuclear Power Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.4.1.  Market Definition
10.4.2.  Risk of Terror
10.4.3.  Market Structure
10.4.4.  Market Drivers
10.4.5.  Market Inhibitors
10.4.6.  Market Characteristics
10.4.7.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.5.  Petrochemical & HAZMAT Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.5.1.  Market Definition:
10.5.2.  Market Analysis:
10.5.3.  Market Structure
10.5.4.  Market Drivers
10.5.5.  Market Inhibitors
10.5.6.  Market Characteristics
10.5.7.  Market Forecast - 2010-2010
10.6.  Defense Industrial Base – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.6.1.  Market Structure
10.6.2.  Market Drivers
10.6.3.  Market Inhibitors
10.6.4.  Market Characteristics
10.6.5.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.7.  Information Technology Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.7.1.  Market Structure
10.7.2.  Market Drivers
10.7.3.  Market Inhibitors
10.7.4.  Market Characteristics
10.7.5.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.8.  Transportation Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.8.1.  Market Definition
10.8.2.  Market Structure
10.8.3.  Market Drivers
10.8.4.  Market Inhibitors
10.8.5.  Market Characteristics
10.8.6.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.9.  Postal & Shipping Industry – HLS Market – 2010-2014
10.9.1.  Market Structure
10.9.2.  Market Drivers
10.9.3.  Market Inhibitors
10.9.4.  Market Characteristics
10.9.5.  Market Forecast - 2010-2014
10.10.  Other Industry Sectors
10.10.1.  Market Characteristics
10.10.2.  Market Forecast - 2010-2010
11.  Market by HLS Industry Sector – 2010-2014
11.1.  Summary
11.2.  Employee & Visitors ID – Private Sector HLS Market – 2010-2014
11.3.  Explosives & Weapons Screening – Private Sector HLS Market – 2010-2014
11.4.  Perimeter Protection – Private Sector HLS Market – 2010-2014
11.5.  Cyber-Terror & IT Security – Private Sector HLS Market – 2010-2014
11.6.  Guard Services – Private Sector HLS Market – 2010-2014
11.7.  Other Market Segments - 2010-2014
12.  US Private Sector Vs. Government Critical Infrastructure Database
Figures/Tables Tables
Table 1 Private Sector HLS Spending [$B] and Market - 2009-2014
Table 2 Private Sector Homeland Security Segments
Table 3 Evolution of Private Sector HLS Market Dynamics - 2010-2014
Table 4 US Private Sector HLS Spending Forecast by Industry Sector [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 5 US Private Sector HLS Spending Forecast by Industry Share [%] - 2009-2014
Table 6 US Private Sector HLS Market by Industry [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 7 US Private Sector HLS Industry Market Share [%] - 2009-2014
Table 8 Banking & Finance HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 9 Water Infrastructure HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 10 Electric Power Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 11 Civil Nuclear Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 12 Petrochemical & HAZMAT Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 13 Defense Industry Base HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 14 Information Technology HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 15 Transportation Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 16 Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 17 Other Industry Sectors HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 18 US Private Sector HLS Market by Security Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 19 US Private Sector HLS Market by Security Market Share [%] - 2009-2014
Table 20 Employee & Visitors ID Private Sector HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 21 Explosives & Weapons Screening Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Table 22 Perimeter Protection Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market - 2009-2014
Table 23 Cyber-Terror & IT Security Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market – 2009-2014
Table 24 Guard Services Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market - 2009-2014
Table 25  Other Private Sector HLS Market - 2009-2014

Figures
Figure 1 DHS Private Sector and Government, High-Risk Infrastructure List – Classified by Sector
Figure 2 Private Sector HLS Spending [$B] and Market - 2009-2014
Figure 3 Private Sector Terror Targets
Figure 4 Private Sector HLS Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 5 Private Sector HLS Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 6 US Private Sector HLS Spending by Industry [$B] - 2009-2014
Figure 7 US Private Sector HLS Market Share by Industry [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 8 US Private Sector HLS Industry Market Share [%] - 2009 & 2014
Figure 9 Banking and Finance HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 10 Banking & Finance HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 11 Private Sector Water Infrastructure HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 12 Banking & Finance HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 13 Electric Power Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 14 Electric Power Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 15 Civil Nuclear Power Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 16 Civil Nuclear Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 17 Petrochemical & HAZMAT Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 18 Petrochemical & HAZMAT Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 19 Defense Industry Base HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 20 Defense Industry Base HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 21 Information Technology HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 22 Information Technology HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 23 Transportation Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 24 Transportation Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 25 Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 26 Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 27 Other Industries, HLS Market: Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact
Figure 28 Other industries HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 29 US Private Sector HLS Market by Mission Activity [$B] - 2009-2014
Figure 30 US Private Sector HLS Market Share [%] by HLS Industry Sector– 2009 & 2014
Figure 31 Employee & Visitors ID Private Sector HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 32 Explosives & Weapons Screening Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 33 Perimeter Protection Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] - 2009-2014
Figure 34 Cyber-Terror & IT Security Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$B] - 2009-2014
Figure 35 Guard Services Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market - 2009-2014
Figure 36  Other Private Sector HLS Market - 2009-2014
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