|Author (Corporate)||Deloitte, ECORYS, European Commission: DG Migration and Home Affairs|
|Publisher||Publications Office of the European Union|
The security market in the European Union (EU) remains largely under-studied and fragmented across geographies, security areas and industries. This study seeks to characterise and analyse the market at an EU level and place it within the global security market context. It aims to thus build a sound overview of the EU market and provide the necessary data allowing for a better analysis of its dynamics, including trends regarding its evolution.
To do so, a demand-based, bottom-up approach is used to estimate the overall market value, indication of trends, and suppliers within and outside the EU. An important consideration for this study is the alignment between security research, the industry itself and the EU priorities in security policy. The current report is the final report for the study; it presents the main findings of the study regarding the dynamics of the EU civil security market, its trends and potential evolution, draws conclusions and proposes some recommendations for future action. The aim of this document is to present the results for the different components of the EU security market study.
|Subject Categories||Justice and Home Affairs, Security and Defence|
|Subject Tags||Border Control | Management, Organised Crime, Risk | Crisis Management, Terrorism|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|