Europe Homeland Security Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis – by End User (Public Security and Private Security) and Security Type (Border Security, Mass Transit Security, Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure Security, Aviation Security, Maritime Security, and Others)
The homeland security market in Europe is expected to grow from US$ 54,901.44 million in 2022 to US$ 82,121.60 million by 2028. It is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.9% from 2022 to 2028.
Rise in Severe Cyberattacks
Several nations have experienced a rise in cyber-attacks over the years. The adoption of digitalization across all industries and commercial sectors across the region has resulted in organizations adopting cloud storage solutions, which have led to the easy availability of important business documents on the internet. This has influenced the rise in cyber-attacks across the region. Some of the recent cyber-attacks that led to huge losses faced by organization are below:
In May 2021, Ireland's Health Service Executive (HSE) department faced a ransomware cyber-attack for US$ 20 million. The attack led to the cancellation of all outpatient appointments and the mismanagement of patients across hospitals. The health sector had to temporarily shut down its IT systems to prevent further damage.
The rise in cyberattacks is putting various important documents of private and public enterprises at risk. The loss of such information to illegal hacking groups is imposing severe losses on the enterprises and impacting the nations' economies. Thus, the rise in cyber-attacks across the region is influencing both public and private sectors to invest in the integration of advanced cyber security solutions. These factors are thereby driving the Europe homeland security market.
France, Germany, Italy, the UK, Russia, and rest of Europe are the key contributors to the homeland security market in the Europe. Several European countries experienced a significant rise in security expenses for a country over the past century, which is propelling the adoption of modernized equipment, including advanced coastal surveillance systems, sensor systems, command and control systems, land vehicles, manned and unmanned systems, and surveillance systems. In addition, terrorist attacks on the US and attacks on European countries such as the UK and Spain prompted both sides of the Atlantic to reinvigorate their respective efforts to ensure homeland security and combat terrorism. However, the US and European approaches to these issues differ. The US has embarked on an extensive reorganization of its domestic security and border protection institutions. Moreover, European countries have preferred to work within their existing institutional architectures to combat terrorism and respond to other security challenges and disasters, both natural and man-made. For instance, in July 2021, the French Ministry of the Interior selected four companies to create the administration system for its digital identity scheme—Sopra Steria, Atos, and collaboration between Idemia and Idakto. Sopra Steria was awarded the contract to provide architecture, security, and user experience management services. Atos will oversee developing and maintaining the Digital Identity Management System and the applications that allow French citizens to identify themselves for public services through the France Connect site. The collaboration between Idemia and Idakto will provide software for reading information from electronic identification documents, which will serve as the foundation for digital identity. These include new electronic ID cards, residency permits, and passports. Moreover, in October 2021, Leonardo signed a framework agreement with the German Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology, and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) for the supply of up to 107,929 daylight optics for use on both current and new Bundeswehr assault rifles through its subsidiary Leonardo Germany GmbH. Further, in May 2022, the European Union awarded Leonardo a five-year contract to offer cyber-security services to the homeland security agency in charge of large-scale information-technology projects crucial to the bloc's internal security.
Europe Homeland Security Market Segmentation
The Europe homeland security market is segmented into end user, security type, and country.
Based on end user, the market is bifurcated into public security and private security. The public security segment registered the larger market share in 2022.
Based on security type, the market is segmented into border security, mass transit security, cyber security, critical infrastructure security, aviation security, maritime security, and others. The cyber security segment held the largest market share in 2022.
Based on country, the market is segmented into France, Germany, Italy, UK, Russia, and rest of Europe. Russia dominated the market share in 2022.
Elbit Systems Ltd; IBM Corporation; Lockheed Martin Corporation; Leidos; Thales Group; Teledyne FLIR LLC; Northrop Grumman Corporation; Raytheon Technologies Corporation; Textron Systems; and General Dynamic Information Technology, Inc. are the leading companies operating in the homeland security market in the region.
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