Frost & Sullivan: Falling Budgets Stimulate Investment in Efficient Security Technologies for Critical National Infrastructure in the UK
Jul 29, 2014 UncategorizedComments Off on Frost & Sullivan: Falling Budgets Stimulate Investment in Efficient Security Technologies for Critical National Infrastructure in the UK
LONDON, July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Continued, high threat perception in the critical national infrastructure (CNI) security market in the United Kingdom is driving increased investments in infrastructure security within the country. Protection of assets remains a top priority for the government, with sustained effort and planning to ensure the continuity of critical services throughout the country.
New research from Frost & Sullivan, titled Analysis of the United Kingdom Critical National Infrastructure Security Market, finds that the market earned revenues of GBP2.43 billion in 2013 and estimates this will reach GBP3.10 billion in 2019. The study covers security for the border and maritime, energy, mass transport, water, government, C4i (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence) first responder, and cyber segments.
“The implementation of numerous infrastructure development plans across all critical infrastructure sectors in the coming years will up the demand for robust security measures in the UK,” said