Public Sector Context Secure Futures 28 Apr Conference

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Presentation by Fiona Strens on the Public Security Market & Technologies

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Public Sector Context Secure Futures 28 Apr Conference

  1. 1. Public Security Market & Technologies Spring 2009
  2. 2. What is Public Security ? Public Security is Public Security is $350Bn at the Heart of the convergence of global market Our Everyday several areas of (Frost & Sullivan) Lives public protection
  3. 3. Public Security Space LOCAL DELIVERY Emergency Law PROTECT PURSUE Planning & Enforcement Response SOCIAL PERSONAL STATE PUBLIC Public POLITICAL COMMUNAL INTEREST INTEREST Security National PREVENT PREPARE Security & Public Counter Safety Terrorism NATIONAL DELIVERY
  4. 4. Public Security Landscape Suppliers Border Policy-makers Port operators police/agencies Technology providers Special policing & military Police functions forces Innovators Intelligence Transport Regulators & agencies operators standard-setters Academics Emergency Law Venue Planning & Enforcement operators Response SUPPLY Critical DEMAND Public infrastructure SIDE Security SIDE providers Citizens SHAPERS Securing SHAPERS Everyday Lives Investors National Health services & Everyday Security & Public Govt progs & hospitals businesses Counter Safety procurers Terrorism Industry bodies Utility Emergency services providers (fire, ambulance Govt funders etc) Think tanks National crisis Local & city authorities authorities Networks, advisers
  5. 5. Market characteristics FROM TO • Government led • Consumer led • Nation focused • Citizen focused • Protection of assets • Protection of people • Fragmented • Convergent • Diffuse technologies • Integrated technologies • Big programmes • Open architectures • Public funding • PPP funding
  6. 6. Technologies Making our cityscapes, Picking up early signs of an businesses and communities event unfolding more resilient Drawing on surveillance, Preparing to respond to citizen-reporting, available different scenarios information Planning & Monitoring Detecting Responding Protecting Getting people quickly out of Monitoring for all sorts of danger & keeping others away hazards & dangers Communicating with the public In plenty of time to act Effective emergency response Hardest in cities and crowded & recovery places
  7. 7. Technologies Secure Architecture Early Warning Physical Security Anomaly Spotting Visualisation/Training Tracking Planning & Monitoring Detecting Responding Protecting Sensors & Cameras Crisis Management ID Tech First Responder Tools Crowd Analytics Personal Protection
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