NEW YORK, Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

US Private Sector Homeland Security Market - 2012 Edition

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The US economic downturn has had an adverse effect on the 2009-2010 private sector homeland security (HLS) market, but despite the capital investment aversion trend, the US private sector demonstrates a strong demand for HLS related products and services. There is a trend towards upgrading of outdated security infrastructure, including cyber security, chemical & HAZMAT industry security, smart grid security, perimeter security, biometric ID, IT systems and workforce & visitors screening systems. Over the next five years, the US private sector HLS market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 7.7% from $8.6 billion in 2011 to $12.4 billion by 2016.

The new report addresses this multi-billion market overlooked by many. The report is an essential tool for the HLS industry decision makers who are assessing or seeking an in-depth understanding of business opportunities in this market.

Contrary to what many in the industry believe, the report reveals that:

- The private sector procurement of homeland security related products and services hover at 13-16% of the total US Homeland Security market.

- The US private sector HLS market is larger than the combined federal aviation, maritime and land transportation HLS markets.

- The US private sector controls over 80% of the economy.

The markets are presented from two vantage points:

1. Products and services sectors (e.g., explosives & weapons screening, cyber & IT security, perimeter security).

2. Private sector industries (e.g., chemical and petrochemical industries, banking & finance, defense industrial base, electric power and nuclear industries).

Executive Summary

1.1 Major Findings

1.2 Private Sector HLS Funding and Market – 2012-2016

2 Introduction and Methodology

2.1 Private Sector Role in HLS

2.2 Scope

2.3 Research Methodology

2.4 The Report Scenario

2.5 Terms of Reference

3 Drivers and Inhibitors

3.1 Market Drivers

3.2 Market Inhibitors

4 SWOT Analysis

5 Competitive Analysis

6 HLS: Private Sector vs. US Government

6.1 Government Policies

6.1.1 DHS Private Sector Office

6.1.2 FEMA Private Sector Initiatives Division

6.1.3 Private Sector Resources Catalog

6.2 Government HLS Programs for Private Sector

6.2.1 PS-Prep Program

6.2.2 PCII Program

6.2.3 Loaned Executive Program

6.2.4 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP)

6.2.5 Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG)

6.3 Private Sector vs. Government Critical Infrastructure Database

6.4 Classes of the Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Risk Assessments

6.5 Prioritize the private sector critical infrastructure industry Focus Areas

6.6 The Development and Implementation of the private sector Protective Programs and Resiliency Strategies

7 Funding and Market by Industry

7.1 Funding by Industry – 2012-2016

7.2 Market by Industry – 2012-2016

8 Market Forecast by Industry Sector

8.1 Banking & Finance – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.1.1 Market Definition

8.1.2 Market Analysis

8.1.3 Operational/Security Risks

8.1.4 Business Continuity

8.1.5 Securities Industry

8.1.6 Market Structure

8.1.7 Market Drivers

8.1.8 Market Inhibitors

8.1.9 Market Characteristics

8.1.10 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.2 Water Infrastructure – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.2.1 Market Definition

8.2.2 Market Analysis

8.2.3 Responses to Water Terror-Related Security Concerns

8.2.4 Market Structure

8.2.5 Market Drivers

8.2.6 Market Inhibitors

8.2.7 Market Characteristics

8.2.8 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.3 Electric Power Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.3.1 The Industry

8.3.1.1 Energy Infrastructure

8.3.1.2 The Energy Industry interdependencies

8.3.1.3 Relationships with Industry Owners/Operators and Organizations

8.3.2 Securing the Electric Power Industry

8.3.2.1 Electric Power Industry Security Vulnerabilities

8.3.2.2 The 10 year Security Strategy

8.3.2.3 The Electric Power Industry Cyber Security Programs

8.3.2.4 Cyber security Capability Gaps

8.3.3 Market Structure

8.3.4 Market Drivers

8.3.5 Market Inhibitors

8.3.6 Market Characteristics

8.3.7 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.4 Civil Nuclear Power Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.4.1 The Industry

8.4.1.1 Commercial Nuclear Power Reactors

8.4.1.2 Research and Test Reactors

8.4.1.3 Fuel Cycle Facilities

8.4.1.4 Interdependence or overlap of the Nuclear Sector with other private sector industries

8.4.2 Nuclear Industry Security

8.4.2.1 Risk of Terror

8.4.2.2 The Nuclear industry National Infrastructure Protection Plan Coordinating Councils

8.4.3 Market Structure

8.4.4 Market Drivers

8.4.5 Market Inhibitors

8.4.6 Market Characteristics

8.4.7 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.5 Chemical Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.5.1 The Chemical Industry

8.5.1.1 Overview

8.5.1.2 Relationships with Other Industries

8.5.1.3 The Chemical Industry Structure

8.5.1.4 Chemical Industry Security: Goals and Objectives.

8.5.1.5 Chemical Industry: Federal Authorities

8.5.1.6 Environmental Protection Agency Authorities

8.5.1.7 Regulations Impacting the Security of Chemicals During Transportation and Distribution

8.5.2 Chemical Industry Security

8.5.3 Chemical Industry Legislation

8.5.3.1 Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)

8.5.3.2 Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA)

8.5.3.3 ? National Critical Infrastructure Prioritization Program (NCIPP)

8.5.4 Market Analysis

8.5.5 Market Drivers

8.5.6 Market Inhibitors

8.5.7 Market Characteristics

8.5.8 Market Forecast – 2010-2010

8.6 Defense Industrial Base – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.6.1 Industry Segments

8.6.2 Resources and Budgets

8.6.3 Market Structure

8.6.4 Market Drivers

8.6.5 Market Inhibitors

8.6.6 Market Characteristics

8.6.7 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.7 Information Technology Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.7.1 IT Industry

8.7.2 Security Risks

8.7.2.1 The IT industry security risks

8.7.2.2 Risk Management Approaches in the IT Industry

8.7.2.3 National-level IT Industry Risk Management Approach

8.7.3 IT Industry Security

8.7.3.1 Identifying The IT Industry security Functions

8.7.3.2 IT Industry security Interdependencies

8.7.3.3 The IT industry security related R&D

8.7.4 The US IT Industry security cooperation

8.7.5 Market Drivers

8.7.6 Market Inhibitors

8.7.7 Market Characteristics

8.7.8 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.8 Transportation Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.8.1 The US transportation Industry

8.8.2 Transportation Security

8.8.2.1 DHS funded transportation security R&D

8.8.2.2 Managing and Coordinating transportation industry security Responsibilities

8.8.2.3 Transportation Industry Cross-Sector security related Dependencies

8.8.3 The US transportation Industry legislation

8.8.4 Aviation security

8.8.5 Maritime security

8.8.5.1 Seaports and Marine Terminals

8.8.5.2 Port Terminal Facilities

8.8.5.3 Offshore Oil Facilities and Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREIs)

8.8.5.4 Natural Gas Infrastructure

8.8.5.5 Oceangoing Vessels

8.8.5.6 Passenger Carriers

8.8.5.7 Inland River, Coastal, and Great Lakes Systems

8.8.6 Mass Transit and Passenger Rail security

8.8.6.1 Mass transit and passenger rail overview

8.8.6.2 Responsibilities

8.8.6.3 Mass transit and passenger rail security risks

8.8.7 Market Structure

8.8.8 Market Drivers

8.8.9 Market Inhibitors

8.8.10 Market Characteristics

8.8.11 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.9 Postal & Shipping Industry – HLS Market – 2012-2016

8.9.1 Market Structure

8.9.2 Market Drivers

8.9.3 Market Inhibitors

8.9.4 Market Characteristics

8.9.5 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

8.1 Other Industry Sectors

8.10.1 The commercial facilities security

8.10.1.1 Overview

8.10.1.2 Commercial Facilities Subsectors

8.10.1.3 Interdependencies and Relationships with Other Sectors

8.10.2 The Communication Industry

8.10.2.1 The Communication Industry Background

8.10.2.2 Evolution of the Communications Sector

8.10.2.3 Interoperability

8.10.2.4 Alerting

8.10.2.5 Mobility

8.10.2.6 The Internet security

8.10.2.7 Communication Sector Security Characterization

8.10.2.8 Wireline

8.10.2.9 Wireless

8.10.2.10 Next-Generation Networks (NGNs) security.

8.10.2.11 Satellite

8.10.2.12 Cable

8.10.2.13 Broadcasting

8.10.2.14 Dependencies and Interdependencies

8.10.2.15 State and Local Partners

8.10.3 Market Characteristics

8.10.4 Market Forecast – 2012-2016

9 Market by Security Industry Sector – 2012-2016

9.1 Summary

9.2 Employee & Visitors ID – Private Sector HLS Market – 2012-2016

9.3 Explosives & Weapons Screening – Private Sector HLS Market – 2012-2016

9.4 Perimeter Protection – Private Sector HLS Market – 2012-2016

9.5 Cyber-Terror & IT Security – Private Sector HLS Market – 2012-2016

9.6 Guard Services – Private Sector HLS Market – 2012-2016

9.7 Other Market Segments – 2012-2016

10 Appendix A: Glossary of Key Terms

11 Appendix B: Acronyms and Abbreviations

List of Tables

Table 1 – Private Sector HLS Funding [$B] and Market – 2011-2016

Table 2 – Private Sector Homeland Security Segments

Table 3 – US Private Sector HLS Funding Forecast by Industry Sector [$M] - 2011-2016

Table 4 – US Private Sector HLS Funding Forecast by Industry Share [%] – 2011-2016

Table 5 – US Private Sector HLS Market by Industry [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 6 – US Private Sector HLS Industry Market Share [%] – 2011-2016

Table 7 – Banking & Finance HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 8 – Water Infrastructure HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 9 – Electric Power Industry Data

Table 10 – Electric Power Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 11 – Nuclear Sector Interdependencies and Overlaps with Other Sectors

Table 12 – Civil Nuclear Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 13 – Criteria for NCIPP Level 1 and Level 2 Infrastructure

Table 14 – Chemical Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 15 – The US Defense Industrial Base, Segments, Sub-segments, and Commodities

Table 16 – Defense Industry Base HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 17 – Alignment of IT Industry security related R&D Priorities I

Table 18 – Alignment of IT Industry security related R&D Priorities II

Table 19 – The US IT government security cooperation Membership

Table 20 – IT private Industry Members

Table 21 – Information Technology HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 22 – Transportation Systems industry, Divisions statistics

Table 23 – Transportation Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 24 – Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 25 – Communications Sector Cyber security Infrastructure Components

Table 26 – Other Industry Sectors HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 27 – US Private Sector HLS Market by Security Industry Sector [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 28 – US Private Sector HLS Market by Security Industry Sector [%] – 2011-2016

Table 29 – Employee & Visitors ID Private Sector HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 30 – Explosives & Weapons Screening Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Table 31 – Perimeter Protection Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market - 2011-2016

Table 32 – Cyber-Terror & IT Security Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market – 2011-2016

Table 33 – Guard Services Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market – 2011-2016

Table 34 – Other Private Sector HLS Market – 2011-2016

List of Figures

Figure 1 – DHS Private Sector and Government, High-Risk Infrastructure List – Classified by Sector

Figure 2 – Private Sector HLS Funding [$B] and Market – 2011-2016

Figure 3 – Private Sector Terror Targets

Figure 4 – Private Sector HLS Market SWOT Analysis

Figure 5 – Private Sector HLS Market – Competitive Analysis

Figure 6 – Three Classes of the Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Risk Assessments

Figure 7 – Inputs into the Development of Protection and Resiliency Priorities

Figure 8 – US Private Sector HLS Funding by Industry [$B] – 2011-2016

Figure 9 – US Private Sector HLS Market by Industry [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 10 – US Private Sector HLS Industry Market Share [%] – 2011 & 2016

Figure 11 – Banking and Finance HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 12 – Banking & Finance HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 13 – Private Sector Water Infrastructure HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 14 – Water Infrastructure HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 15 – Overview of the Electric Power System and Control Communications

Figure 16 – 2010 U.S. Electric Power Capacity and Generation Profile

Figure 17 – The U.S. Electric Utilities by Ownership

Figure 18 – Energy related Interdependencies across the North American Economy

Figure 19 – Energy Industry: Public & Private Industry Working Groups

Figure 20 – The North American Electric Power Grid

Figure 21 – The 10 year Strategy for Securing the Electrical supply industry

Figure 22 – Electric Power Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 23 – Electric Power Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 24 – Categories of Fuel Cycle Facilities

Figure 25 – The Nuclear Sector Partnership Structure

Figure 26 – Civil Nuclear Power Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 27 – Civil Nuclear Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 28 – Chemical Industry Dependencies and Interdependencies

Figure 29 – Chemical Industry by Segment

Figure 30 – Chemical Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 31 – Chemical Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 32 – The US Defense Industrial Base Prioritization Factors, Sub Factors, and Weights

Figure 33 – Defense Industry Base HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 34 – Defense Industry Base HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 35 – IT Industry Critical Functions

Figure 36 – IT Industry Risk Assessment Methodology

Figure 37 – IT industry security Cross-Functional Interdependencies

Figure 38 – IT Risk Mitigation Prioritization Methodology.

Figure 39 – IT Industry security related R&D programs Process

Figure 40 – Information Technology HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 41 – Information Technology HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 42 – The transportation industry – government Partnership model

Figure 43 – Transportation Systems Sector Risk Management Framework

Figure 44 – The transportation industry security Capability Gap Process

Figure 45 – Transportation Systems Industry Management Approach

Figure 46 – Transportation Systems Sector government coordination Organization

Figure 47 – Transportation Systems SCC Organization

Figure 48 – Layered Aviation Security Approach.

Figure 49 – Global-Supply Chain Process

Figure 50 – Seaport Area Key Port Stakeholders Eligible to federal grants Recipients

Figure 51 – Comparison of port security federal grant Approval Dates for 11 Ports, Grant Milestone Dates

Figure 52- US ports, Federal grants risk model

Figure 53 – Transportation Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 54 – Transportation Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 55 – Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market, Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 56 – Postal and Shipping Industry HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 57 – Commercial Facilities Security Dependencies and Interdependencies with Other Sectors

Figure 58 – Wireline Network Architecture

Figure 59 – SS7 and Wireline Network Architecture

Figure 60 – Next-Generation Networks

Figure 61 – The satellite network architecture

Figure 62 – The cable network architecture

Figure 63 – Broadcasting System Block Diagram

Figure 64 – Other Industries, HLS Market: Drivers, Inhibitors & Government Impact

Figure 65 – Other industries HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 66 – US Private Sector HLS Market by Security Industry Sector [$B] – 2011-2016

Figure 67 – US Private Sector HLS Market Share [%] by Security Industry Sector– 2011 & 2016

Figure 68 – Employee & Visitors ID Private Sector HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 69 – Explosives & Weapons Screening Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 70 – Perimeter Protection Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016

Figure 71 – Cyber-Terror & IT Security Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market [$B] – 2011-2016

Figure 72 – Guard Services Systems & Services Private Sector HLS Market – 2011-2016

Figure 73 – Other Private Sector HLS Market – 2011-2016

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