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Latest trends in security security requirements - a channel for growth

  1. 1. Latest Trends in SecuritySecurity Requirements - A Channel for Growth Presented to: Higher Education Forum
  2. 2. Index Slide Slide Name of the Slide Name of the Slide Number Number An Overview of estimated About India 4 expenditure for Security 16 Indian Economy 5 Requirements for various sectors in India Economic Indicators 6-7 Forces that affect India’s Security Industry – Growth Factors or 17Present Security Scenario of India 8-9 Otherwise Factors influence Channel ofImpact of Terrorism, Extremism & 18 10 Growth Insurgencies Technology Developments 19 Key Observations 11 towards Channel of Growth Electronic Security Market Size in Need for Security 12-13 India 20Security Requirements for Various Testimony for Channel of Growth 14 Sectors Security Equipment Market 21Potential Customers for Electronic Thus we can see that this industry 15 22 Security Industries will never cease to exist….
  3. 3. Index Slide Name of the Slide Number … and India has a bright future ahead 23 Future of Security Industry 24 Impact on Japanese Economy, Trade and Financial 25 Markets Aftermath of Nuclear Reactor Explosion 26Tremors across the Globe due to Japan Natural Disaster 27 Impact On India 28 Suggested Security Measures for Nuclear Power 29 Infrastructure Security as an engine drives the channel of growth 30-31 Micro Tech Global Foundation (MTGF) 32-33 Introduction of Micro Technologies 34 Global Expansion of Micro Technologies 35-36 New Initiatives of Micro Technologies 37 Thank You
  4. 4. About India 5,000 year old ancient civilization 325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects 18 official languages 28 states, 7 union territories 3.28 million sq. kilometers - Area 7,516 kilometers - Coastline Parliamentary form of Government Worlds largest democracy Worlds 4th largest economy World-class recognition in IT, Bio-technology and Space Largest English speaking nation in the world The 3rd largest standing army force, over 1.5 million The2nd largest pool of scientists and engineers in the world
  5. 5. Indian Economy• The 4th largest and 2nd fastest growing economy in the world;• GDP growth of 7.4 % in 2009-10;• Forecasted growth of more than 8.3 % in 2010-11;• Consumer market to be 5th largest by 2025;• Mergers and Acquisitions and group restructuring deals grew to US$12 billion in March 2010 quarter;• Fast being established as a global manufacturing hub;• Services account for almost half of the GDP;• India investing in a big way in many countries.
  6. 6. Economic IndicatorsPopulation 1.15 billionGDP at market prices (2009-10) US $ 1.45 trillionGDP at PPP (2009 – 10) US $ 4.05 trillionPer Capita Income (2009- 10) US $ 1200GDP per capita growth in % (2009 - 10) 8.2 %Inflation on wholesale prices in % (2009) 11.49 %Exports (2009 est.) US$ 155 billionImports (2009 est.) US$ 232.3 billionForeign exchange reserves and gold(31st Oct,2009, est.) US$ 282 billionCurrent account balance (2009 , est.) US$ - 26.91 billionCapital account balance (2Nd quarter of 2010) US$ 19 billionFDI Inflows into India (April - 2010 to Jan – 2011) US$ 17.08 billionStock Market Capitalisation US$ 1.55 trillion
  7. 7. Economic Indicators Sector-wise Growth (2009-10) Agricultural Growth 2010 3.8 % Industry Growth 2010 11.3 % Services Growth 2010 8.7 %Distribution of Gross Domestic Product (2009-10) Agriculture, Forestry, hunting & fisheries 14.6 % Industry 28.3 % Services 57.2 %
  8. 8. Present Security Scenario of India Although, statistics speaks that the overall situation of internal security of India demonstrates improving trend, it has to be realized that our nation is confronted with a globalized as well as more unpredictable with multi-dimensional threats India has been witnessing multiple threats of insurgencies, left-wing extremism, religious fundamentalism, terrorism, and narcotic trafficking since Independence The magnitude, trajectory, complexity and virulence of such violent threats have increased to demoniac proportions that lead to severe and serious complications in the internal security dynamics of the country
  9. 9. Present Security Scenario of India Furthermore, the deteriorating situation in our neighborhood, increasing asymmetric threats, ever widening national security challenges that have blurred the dividing lines between sub conventional and conventional wars coupled with cyber threats and biological / chemical terrorism Moreover, the Indian peninsula has got most of its vital nerve centers, including ports, oil installations, power grids, nuclear reactors, defense establishments, trading and manufacturing hubs, and a number of major urban settlements, located along, or in close proximity to, its 7,516 kilometer long coastline The ill – protected seashore has, over the decades, made this high priority infrastructure vulnerable to maritime subversion, resulting in a wider sense of insecurity that has currently enveloped the strategic and economic underpinnings of the country
  10. 10. Impact of Terrorism, Extremism & Insurgencies Sadly, in 2011 (till February, 06), the country lost 41 civilians & 8 Security Force Personnel (hereafter, SFP); in 2010 alone, the country lost 759 civilians & 371 SFP and in 2009 alone, 720 civilians & 431 SFP, in 2008 alone, 1019 civilians & 372 SFPs to terror attacks, Naxal violence and militant violence in Jammu & Kashmir, the North East and Indian states across the country In total, there are 59,605 fatalities including 22,821 civilians and 8,705 security forces died in terrorism- related violence in India during 1994-2011 (date till February 06, 2011) A review of the data indicates that nearly 20.02% of all such fatalities taken place in Jammu & Kashmir alone as a result of the Pakistan-backed separatist proxy war in that state. 39.5% resulted from Left Wing Extremism (Maoism/Naxalism) across parts of 14 states. At least 231 of the country’s 608 Districts are currently afflicted, at differing intensities, by various insurgent and terrorist movements Terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir is affecting 12 of the States 14 Districts, 54 Districts in different States of the Northeast and Left Wing extremism is affecting at least 165 Districts in 14 States
  11. 11. Key observations• Terror attacks in virtually all parts of the country• Common targets are Business centers, tourist places and common citizens• Left wing extremism target local administration and police• Mass transport systems vulnerable to attacks• Airport security not completely fool proof• Post 26/11- Coastal security lapses exposed• Disturbed relations with border countries in the North
  12. 12. Need for Security Secured Society would improve the quality of life of every citizen or society as a whole It brings automation in industries to enhance the productivity by streamlining business processes and manpower management It serves as an engine for growth of various Industries like tourism because tourists feel more secured to visit and thus raise the revenues Security would foster our efforts and resolute to protect our freedom and way of life against the new security challenges Security would help us to improve our preparedness and response system to mitigate the risks in the event of any natural or manmade disasters A secured nation can provide confidence to both domestic and international investors to invest money and thus increasing the FDI utilized for nation building work
  13. 13. Need for Security Moreover, it is our absolute duty to know, be aware and use our resources to help protect our country that is our only asset and identification A secured nation can defend our national security, economic stability and public at large in the event of any threat, compromise or exploitation of social infrastructures & key resources Hence, safeguarding the critical infrastructures and overall security can streamline the workforce and preserve the business continuity and thus contribute meaningfully to country’s economy Therefore, it has become critical to develop a strong external security mechanism, which concentrates on vigilance, assesses activities and monitors movement of people and assets
  14. 14. Security Requirements for various Sectors
  15. 15. Potential Customers for Electronic Security Industries ITeS & Software Banking and Financial Insurance Services Electronic Falling Security Government Hardware Solutions and defense Prices Industry Retail mall and Regulations multiplexes Construction ,Residential & Commercial Complexes
  16. 16. An Overview of estimated expenditure for Security Requirements for various sectors in India India’s total homeland security spending in the Indian market under all major threat domains will amount to an estimated total of US$8 billion per year Security installations for manufacturing hubs in sectors, such as petroleum, petrochemicals and power will grow over 125% by 2012 The Hotel Infrastructure security itself is projected to total over US$1.2 billion and Transport Sector Security (Aviation + Railway) is projected to total over US$1 billion The Banking & Financial Sectors security is estimated to total over US$800 million; Govt. facilities & real estate is pegged at US$400 million Public Health & Healthcare sector needs security spending in the order of US$665 million and Industry sector demands US$840 million The Indian GPS and Telematics market potential is pegged at US$450 million. The vehicle tracking segment of the Indian telematics market is around US$50 million The Indian LBS market propels revenue growth of around US$300 million with LBS service is growing at the rate of 50% and LBS will cost US$1 to US$2 per month per subscriber in next few years.
  17. 17. Forces that affect India’s Security Industry – Growth Factors or Otherwise
  18. 18. Factors influence Channel of GrowthGlobalization increases use of Electronic Necessity for Realizing Higher ROI Security
  19. 19. Technology Developments towards Channel of GrowthFDAS – Fire Detection & Alarm SystemEACS – Electronic Access Control System.
  20. 20. Electronic Security Market Size in India Testimony for Channel of Growth• The Indian CCTV market, which is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of more than 34% during 2010-2012• The market for electronic security equipment in India is estimated at more than INR 2250 Cr. (US$500 million); this is growing at about 30% per year• Urbanization, economic development and regulatory changes have created an approximately INR 4500 CR. (US$1 billion) fire alarm and security industry in India• The hotel industry is expected to invest around INR 4lakh Cr. (US$82 billion) for electronic security equipment during the year of 2007-2012• The government earmarked a security infrastructure upgradation project for approximately 100 airports across India at a consolidated project cost ranging between INR 2000-3000 crore (US$900 billion to US$1350 billion)• Indian Security market is estimated at around INR 4500 Cr. (US$1 billion) for 2009 and the major sector will be airports, mass transport and maritime. The market is estimated to be around INR 45000 Cr. (US$10 billion) by 2016• Domestic demand for electronics products is expected to grow to around INR 6 lakh Cr. (US$125 billion) by 2014 and INR 19 lakh Cr. (US$400 billion) by 2020
  21. 21. Security Equipments Market Expected Market Market Size in annual System growth share (GBP million) CCTV 55% 100 45% Access 30% 50 30% Control Intrusion 2% 3.5 20% Detection Intercom 2% 3.5 30% Metal detectors, X - ray scanners, 11% 20 30% baggage scanners Total 100% 177 26%
  22. 22. Thus we can see that this industry will never cease to exist….• Over the last 60 years of independence, sharing borders with countries that give birth to and nurture terrorism, countless reports of insurgencies, shortfall of manpower has made it inevitable that these activities would not subside in the future• Terrorist attacks, be it in whatever form or even technological hazards not only results in catastrophic losses in terms of human casualties, property destruction, and economic effects, but also results in profound damage to public morale and confidence• Security concerns have risen to alarming levels as terrorism and unseen dangers lurking around cause huge damage to human life and intellectual property. To safeguard against these hi-tech attacks and intrusions we need equally sophisticated security device• Technology over the years has revolutionized the way people generally perceive security. The only hurdle in the deployment of these seemingly fool-proof security measures is people’s acceptance• Compared to the prohibitive 250% Import Customs Duty of the 80’s, the current rate of 35% is also be considered as growth driver for the industry
  23. 23. … and India has a bright future ahead• Indian security market is estimated at around US$ 2 billion and the major sector will be airports, mass transport and maritime. The market is estimated to be US$10 billion by 2016• The Indian electronic security market is growing at 23% CAGR with potential to grow at 40%• Organized players comprise only 20% of the market but account for 80% of the revenue, shows that a large part of the market is still untapped by the organized lot and which shows the potential the market can generate• Today our country is on a road to development and that means starting of many critical energy ventures which will go a long way into developing our national security• The present security situation portrays a grim picture and these assets need to be de-risked and safe guarded if our future needs to be secured• Thus we believe that companies in this segment will go a long way because of ever increasing opportunities in the sector
  24. 24. Future of Security Industry • Demand for integrated solutions • CCTV, metal detectors, baggage scanners demand to increase • Emphasis on quality training from accredited sources • Need for threat assessment growing • Security of physical infrastructure, resilience of system and disaster recovery mechanism • Small scale industries, educational institutes, private offices, residential apartments, government premises, jail security new growth areas
  25. 25. Impact on Japanese Economy, Trade & Financial MarketImpact on the Japanese Economy: Damage of GDP – 2.5% to 4%; Damage – US$122 to US$235 billion; Cost to Private Insurance – US$14.5 to US$34.6 billion; The Bank of Japan offered to the banking system to normalize market conditions – US$183 billion; National budget for reconstruction – US$12 billion from current budget.Impact Through Trade: Japanese real GDP growth slows by 0.25% to 0.5% by mid – 2011; Exports from developing East Asia may slow by 0.75% to 1.5%; Electronic products price have risen by 20% due to that production is now disrupted.Impact on Financial Market: The Nikkei 225 index fell by 6.2% before local market closed (on 14th , March - 2011); Topix index slumped by 7.5%.
  26. 26. Aftermath of Nuclear Reactor Explosion Total Nuclear power plants - 55; There are three nuclear power plants exploded; Around 2 lakh people evacuated due to nuclear reactor explosion; Around 30% of total nuclear electricity production is interrupted; Capacity of Nuclear electricity production loss is around 15% to 20%; Around 4.51 lakhs households are still remain in without electricity in Japan.
  27. 27. Tremors across the Globe due to Japan Natural Disasters (11th March, 2011) Agricultural Commodities Global Stock Markets  The natural disaster has disrupted as European Stocks dropped by 3.1%; much as 20% of Japan’s livestock – feed – Stocks in the rest of Asia fell by 3&; output; MSCI World Index slid 1.2%;  Import of corn, wheat and soybean will US markets too ended lower. start after reopen of ports and milling operations . Global Impact due to Natural Disasters Metal Market Crude Oil  In global markets, gold fell 1.3% to Oil fell 3.7% to US97.41 barrel; US$1,409 an ounce, while silver fell Natural gas futures already rallied by 3.6% to US$34.62 an ounce; more than 2% after a nuclear  Iron prices also dropped due to reactor. lower demand.
  28. 28. Impact on IndiaIndirect effect due to prices of global commodities and capital flows: India’s rubber producing companies may see slowdown due to large demand from automobile industry in Japan; Indian power companies may have to pay more for thermal coal in the near future, in case Japan shut its nuclear power plants; Automobile and IT related supply disruptions in certain areas in India; Japan constituted around 2% of India’s foreign trade in 2009 – 10, it will face the problem.
  29. 29. Suggested Security Measures for Nuclear Power Infrastructures Japan is inherently prone to disasters. As most Japanese cities lie lower than the water level of their rivers in times of flood and are prone to flooding disaster as a result of geographical conditions; The traditional wisdom on security measures for nuclear power plant will not withstand the monstrous impact of earthquake and tsunamis; In order to implement prevention measures against disasters in harmony with the natural environment, nuclear power plants should be built below the ground level or inside well-covered valleys;
  30. 30. Security as an engine drives the Channel of Growth A secured climate in the society enhances civic engagement & strengthens the participatory approach among local communities in order to improve quality of life and boosts our efforts and resolute to protect our freedom and way of life from any security challenges A secured society foster confidence, implement robust business processes and streamline manpower effort that welcome acceleration of growth in overall revenues in various vertical markets, technologies and geographical areas Security plays a central role in removing the complexities of business systems in a constructive way to both delight and protect the business continuity by ensuring successful projects and thus fuels the economic growth As banks are essential to the economy, a secured financial infrastructure would definitely facilitate access to capital, investment, payments and other transactions to nourish channel of growth towards nation building
  31. 31. Security as an engine drives the channel of growth• A secured India would definitely boost tourism Industry. The secured climate will make both International as well as domestic tourist feel safe and secure and thus enhance the tourist influx, increases the air traffic, expansion of hotel industry that will translate higher contribution to nations GDP• A secured transportation including road ,rail and ports will contribute in streamlining the business operations and prevent revenue losses due to such as cargo theft, pilferage, unwanted delays etc thus strengthening economy of the country• A safe and secured educational institution creates a haven for sustained intellectual growth imparted to the children who will build the nation
  32. 32. Micro Tech Global Foundation (MTGF)• Micro Tech Global Foundation is a, self sustaining organization which aims to come up with encouraging steps that helps in promoting , overall developments in the field of• Education and Research• Sports,• Culture• Philanthropy• MTGF has been involved in promoting these activities:- – By actively involving in the growth of young and old through Elite Brigade – Upliftment in the field of multi- sports and cultural activities – Has set up Forum for Corporate Governance; Micro Secure Think Tank etc
  33. 33. Micro Tech Global Foundation (MTGF)• MTGF creates various events for Cultural development, to raise public awareness, and fight stereotypes, in an effort to promote a unified society• We create opportunities to bring people together regardless of racial, ethnic, religious or other differences• We organize programs like musical concerts, art exhibitions, Drama and dance with excellent performers for upliftment of young talents• The doctrine of MTGF reveals that a secured society not only enhance the quality of life of a citizen and a nation as a whole but also brings automation in business processes to enhance productivity, hence the economic growth• To this end, MTGF has brought in a series of books on security requirements of various states in India as well as various countries like Australia, Israel, Sri Lanka• We are also working on series of books on various layers of Manpower requirements in Security and Technologies and products• Our mission is to encourage research to achieve the higher technological goals
  34. 34. Introduction of Micro TechnologiesMicro Technologies (India) Ltd. is an R & D based Company since 1992 located with its global presence. Aim is to give “Complete Integrated Security and Software Products & Solutions” to the client.Developed more than 300 products in security & life support systems.Our new focus areas include Super Security, Messaging and GIS. Comprises of a core team of qualified and experienced professionals possessing expertise in wide spectrum.
  35. 35. Global Expansion Micro Technologies has expanded its global presence by launching Micro Technologies Australia (MTAU) in Australia. MTAU will market segment – based security solutions in Australian market• Micro Technologies partners with Premier Israeli Company H.A.Sh Group to jointly provide Global Security Solutions and launched “Safe & Secure City Project” for Global Market and also partner for setting up International Command and Control System in India• Micro Technologies has made major inroads in Tanzania and Mongolia by signing 5 million USD business deal for its range of security products for Home, Vehicle and Mobile etc.
  36. 36. Global Expansion• Micro Technologies expands its existing business in South Africa with a deal size of 6 mn USD annually.• Bagged 5 million USD businesses from FN Systems (Japan) to supply Micro MCS (Mobile Controller System)
  37. 37. New InitiativesMicro Technologies has launched “Micro Technologies Australia” tomarket segment-based security solutions in Australian Market; Micro Technologies established a partnership with premier Israeli Company - H. A. Sh to jointly provide Global Security Solutions;Micro Technologies expands its existing business in South Africa withTWI International PTY Ltd. South Africa; Micro Technologies has started it’s global expansion into the Japanese Market with FN Systems (Japan) to supply Micro MCS (Mobile Controller System);MTIL also develop ICT-based solution for the Rural Development Projectsfor bringing better and secured livelihood for rural mass.
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