This report looks at the global advancements, forecasts and analysis for the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) market, encompassing network security, physical security, CIP radars, CBRNE detection, vehicle identification, secure communication, SCADA security and building management, for the 2013 – 2018 period.
Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) enables governments to face threats such as terrorist attacks, natural disasters, epidemics and cyber intrusion. Government and international agencies are inclined towards providing Homeland Security (HLS) and Critical Infrastructure Protection, as the construction of infrastructure is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. CIP focuses on empowering the critical infrastructure owners with a feature rich platform to deliver secure environment to these infrastructures. These solutions have several advantages such as improved command and control systems, remote monitoring, perimeter security, workplace flexibility, quick response systems and accelerated performance with simplified operations.
The need to provide protection to critical assets and ensure a smooth functioning of the economy drives government and infrastructure owners to set and adopt internationally accepted reliability standards.
This report expects an increasing uptake of these solutions across critical infrastructure and investments to improve business process agility prominence across the globe. It is expected the CIP market will grow from $63.76 billion in 2013 to $105.95 billion by 2018, at a CAGR of 10.7%.