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04 Feb 13. According to a new market research report, “Global Homeland Security and Emergency Management Market, 2013-2018”, published by MarketsandMarkets is expected to reach $544.02bn by 2018 with a CARC of 5.54%. Browse 32 market data tables with 87 figures spread through 175 pages and in-depth TOC on Global Homeland Security and Emergency Management Market, 2013-2018. Early buyers will receive 10% customization of reports. Global homeland security market is estimated to be US$415.53bn in 2013 and is expected to register a CARC of 5.54% to reach US$544.02bn by 2018. The cumulative market for homeland security during the forecast period is estimated at US$2842.47bn. However, about 15% of that total is expected to be the capital expenditure. Homeland security functions to avert any terrorist attacks on the homeland and to provide resilience in case of an attack. It also has to provide credible security against cyber fraud and cyber espionage and provide detection and protection capabilities against CBRN threats.& The threat of cross border terrorism, cybercrime, piracy, drug trade, human trafficking, internal dissent, separatist movements has been a driving factor for the homeland security market. The risk of terrorist attack has led to an increase in aviation security spending. The illegal arms and drug trafficking and immigration has led to heightened border and seaport security and has increased the demand for explosive detection systems, body scanners and baggage screening systems. The threat of a cyber attack disrupting public and private network and infrastructure has driven the cyber security spending across the past decade. The need for effective identification and security checking and the need to provide access control to critical infrastructure have led to the adaptation biometric and other identification technologies. The general IT modernization has greatly improved record keeping and coordination of cases across the internal security department and thus has gained wide acceptance across the world and is seen as yet another driver in the homeland security sector. Similarly the need for effective command, control and intelligence apparatus for the first responders has led the need for effective C3I systems. The upgrading of border security and the demand for effective immigration control has fueled the need for biometrics, fixed surveillance devices, and unmanned aerial vehicles. (Source: Yahoo!/PRNewswire)
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