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Title: A comparison of the now agreed VIS package and the US-VISIT system
Abstract
In recent years, U.S. and EU have both set up border-related database systems with striking similarities as regards names and major development phases occurring in the historical context of post-9/11. Nevertheless doubts are appropriate as to how far the parallels go between the European VIS finally adopted as an instrument of the common visa policy and US-VISIT known for its dedicated role in the war against terrorism. On the basis of a detailed examination of systems and contextual features, the present briefing undertakes to illustrate major divergences in terms of underlying purposes and means employed which once again confirm well-known transatlantic divides as to the significance of data protection, availability of data to a wide range of security authorities, perfectionist use of biometric control processes etc. The transatlantic comparison also takes note of rather disillusioning experiences made by US-VISIT: despite deployment of enormous financial resources, newest technology and the envisaged use of accompanying measures such as ETA, the modernisation of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), the seamless protection of US borders appears still not in sight. Certainly a lesson to be retained in view of possible European ambitions to follow the U.S. on the same path![European Parliament]
Author: Hobbing, Peter
Series Title:European Parliament - Briefing Paper
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 378.306
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: residency permitdata securitycontrol systemlegal systemterrorism
Subject: International relationsFrontiersLaw. Jurisprudence. Legal systems
Countries Scheme: USA
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Title: Entscheidung der Kommission vom 28/II/2005 über die technischen Spezifikationen zu Normen für Sicherheitsmerkmale und
biometrische Daten in von den Mitgliedstaaten ausgestellten Pässen und Reisedokumenten
Title (other): Décision de la commission du 28/II/2005 établissant les spécifications techniques afférentes aux normes pour les
dispositifs de sécurité et les éléments biométriques intégrés dans les passportes et les documents de voyage
délivrés par les États membres | Biometrics deployment of EU-Passports : EU - passport specification ; Working
document
Table of Contents
Enthält: Biometrische Daten in EU-Pässen. Spezifikationen für EU-Pässe. Anhang zur Entscheidung 28/II/2005 der Kommission K(2005)409
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2005
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: citizendata securityEU
Subject: European Community law in generalPublic administration. Executive power
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Entscheidung der Kommission vom 28/VI/2006 über die technischen Spezifikationen der Normen für Sicherheitsmerkmale und
biometrische Daten in von den Mitgliedstaaten ausgestellten Pässen und Reisedokumenten
Title (other): Décision de la Commission du 28/VI/2006 établissant les spécifications techniques afférentes aux normes pour les
dispositifs de sécurité et les éléments biométriques intégrés dans les passeports et les documents de voyage
délivrés par les États membres | Biometrics deployment of EU-Passports : EU - passport specification ; Working
document (EN) - 28/06/2006
Table of Contents
Enthält: Biometrische Daten in EU-Pässen. Spezifikationen für EU-Pässe. Anhang zur Entscheidung 28/VI/2006 der Kommission K (2006)2909
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2006
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: citizendata securityEU
Subject: European Community law in generalPublic administration. Executive power
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Consultation paper on XBRL Taxonomy (v2.1) related to remittance of supervisory data under Regulation (EU) No 575/2013
Author (Corp. Body): European Banking Authority
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EBA/CP/2014/03
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: bankdata acquisitiondata securitycredit institution
Subject: Public finance. TaxationFinancial institutions. Credit systems. Payment systems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Feasibility study for a European Cybercrime Centre : Final report
Table of Contents
Preface
Executive summary
Background
Conclusion
Glossary
CHAPTER 1 Introduction: policy background and objectives of this study
1.1 ...
Policy background to the ECC
CHAPTER 2 The understanding and measurement of cybercrime
2.1 CHAPTER 3 The relationship between cyber(in)security and cybercrime
3.1 ...
PART II
CHAPTER 4 Findings from the Member State interviews
4.1 ...
CHAPTER 5 The role of European-level stakeholders
5.1 ...
PART III
CHAPTER 6 Developing options for a European Cybercrime Centre
CHAPTER 7 Analysis of the four candidate options
7.1 ...
CHAPTER 8 Implementing the ECC
8.1 ...
Reference list
List of references
APPENDICES
Appendix A: Participating organisations
Appendix B: Methodology
Appendix C: Country reports
Appendix D: Analysis of data on recorded cybercrime offences across several European countries
Appendix E: Cost estimates for a European Cybercrime Centre
Appendix F: Cost estimate breakdown “pathfinder phase” Jan–Dec 2013
Author: Robinson, Neil ; 1025229401 | Disley, Emma | Potoglou, Dimitris
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres | Rand Europe, Cambridge
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: TR-1218-EC | Contract: HOME/2010/ISEC/FC/059-A2
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data protectiondata securityEUinternetcriminality
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal lawComputer applications
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Factsheet on the “Right to be Forgotten” ruling : (C-131/12)
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data exchangedata acquisitiondata protectiondata securitydata storageEUcourt of justicebasic right
internetpersonal dataprivacyjudgment or sentencewebsite
Subject: European Community law in generalLaw of personsHuman rightsInformation transferElectronic data processing
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: Germany
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 CATI-Survey 2012
2.1.1 Survey population
2.1.2 Coverage and response rate
2.1.3 Survey instrument and method
2.1.4 Field report & Field time
2.1.5 Length of interviews
2.1.6 Data preparation and testing
2.2 Online-Survey 2014
2.2.1 Survey population
2.2.2 Coverage and response rate
2.2.3 Survey instrument and method
2.2.4 Field report
2.2.5 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad segmentation of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1 Overall–all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
| 3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors– all products and services
3.11.2 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitors
4 Aggregate estimates
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of aggregate turnover and employment for the survey sample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.3 Method for the estimation of aggregate (national) turnover and employment (extrapolation)
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of aggregate (national) turnover and employment
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.4.1 Adjustment for possible defence-related turnover and employment (variant)
4.4.2 Estimation of turnover and employment by main broad industry category (sub-groups)
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
Annexes
A.1. Product and services segmentation
A.2. Market Segmentation
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: FU98408
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityGermanyserviceEUfire brigadeinternetpolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: Spain
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 Survey implementation
2.2 Survey population
2.3 Coverage and response rate
2.4 Survey instrument and method
2.5 Field report
2.5.1 Field time
2.5.2 Length of interviews
2.6 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad segmentation of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.6.1 ‘Other’ security services
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1 Overall – all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors – all products and services
3.11.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.11.3 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitors
| 4 Aggregate estimates of the size of the security industry
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of aggregate turnover and employment for the survey sample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.2.3 Estimation of employment levels for employment - size class ‘1000 or more employees’
4.2.4 Estimation of sample average values of employment and turnover per firm
4.3 Method for the initial estimation of aggregate turnover and employment
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of the initial estimate of the population of security companies
4.3.3 Calculation of initial estimates of aggregate (national) turnover and employment
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.4.1 Adjustment for possible defence-related turnover and employment (variant)
4.4.2 Estimation of turnover and employment by main broad industry category (sub-groups)
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
4.5.1 Estimates of the population of security companies
4.5.2 Comparison of estimators
Annexes
A.1. Product and services segmentation
A.2. Market Segmentation
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: FU98408
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeinternetpolicesecuritysecurity policy
Spainespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSpain
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: France
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 Survey implementation
2.2 Survey population
2.3 Coverage and response rate
2.4 Survey instrument and method
2.5 Field report
2.5.1 Field time
2.5.2 Length of interviews
2.6 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad segmentation of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.6.1 ‘Other’ security services
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1 Overall – all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors – all products and services
3.11.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.11.3 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitor
| 4 Aggregate estimates of the size of the security industry
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of aggregate turnover and employment for the surveysample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.2.3 Estimation of employment levels for employment - size class ‘1000 or more employees’
4.2.4 Estimation of sample average values of employment and turnover per firm
4.3 Method for the initial estimation of aggregate turnover and employment
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of the initial estimate of the population of security companies
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.4.1 Adjustment for possible defence-related turnover and employment (variant)
4.4.2 Estimation of turnover and employment bymain broad industry category (sub-groups)
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
4.5.2 Comparison of estimators
A.1. Product and services segmentation
A.2. Market Segmentation
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeFranceinternetpolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesFrance
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: Italy
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 Survey implementation
2.2 Survey population
2.3 Coverage and response rate
2.4 Survey instrument and method
2.5 Field report
2.5.1 Field time
2.5.2 Length of interviews
2.6 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad segmentation of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.6.1 ‘Other’ security services
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1 Overall – all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors – all products and services
3.11.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.11.3 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitors
| 4 Aggregate estimates of the size of the security industry
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of turnover and employment for the survey sample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.2.3 Estimation of employment levels for employment - size class ‘1000 or more employees’
4.2.4 Estimation of sample average values of employment and turnover per firm
4.3 Method for the initial estimation of aggregate turnover and employment
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of the initial estimate of the population of security companies
4.3.3 Calculation of initial estimates of aggregate (national) turnover and employment
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.4.1 Adjustment for possible defence-related turnover and employment (variant)
4.4.2 Estimation of turnover and employment by main broad industry category (sub-groups)
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
Annexes
Product and services segmentation
Market Segmentation
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: FU98408
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeinternetItalypolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesItaly
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: Poland
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
4 Aggregate estimates of the size of the security industry
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of aggregate turnover and employment for the surveysample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.2.3 Estimation of employment levels for employment - size class ‘1000 or more employees’
4.2.4 Estimation of sample average values of employment and turnover per firm
4.3 Method for the initial estimation of aggregate turnover and employment
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of the initial estimate of the population of security companies
4.3.3 Calculation of initial estimates of aggregate (national) turnover and employment
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
4.5.1 Estimates of the population of security companies
4.5.2 Comparison of estimators
Annexes
A.1. Product and services segmentation
A.2. Market Segmentation
| Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 Survey implementation
2.2 Survey population
2.3 Coverage and response rate
2.4 Survey instrument and method
2.5 Field report2.5.2 Length of interviews
2.6 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad segmentation of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.6.1 ‘Other’ security services
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1Overall – all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors – all products and services
3.11.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.11.3 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitors
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: FU98408
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeinternetPolandpolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPoland
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Security
Sector Survey Analysis: United Kingdom
Abstract
This Background Report has been produced as part of the study on “Development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base” commissioned by the European Commission within the Framework Contract on Security (ENTR/09/050) between the European Commission and a consortium led by Ecorys Nederland B.V. in collaboration with TNO and DECISION.The Background Report provides an overview of initial findings from a survey of companies active in the (civil) security sector in Germany. It is one of a series of reports covering findings from surveys conducted for: Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. The survey design and subsequent data analysis has been undertaken by Ecorys, while the actual surveying of companies has been conducted by GfK, a specialist market research company. The individual country surveys of companies have been conducted over the period October 2014 to February 2015.To obtain comparable data for Germany, Ecorys has collaborated with the Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) who have conducted a similar survey in 2012 based on a common survey questionnaire design. This survey has been implemented as a follow-up round to previous surveys of companiesactive in the (civil) security sector in Germany undertaken by BIGS.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
1 Introduction
1.1 General Context
1.2 Aim of this report
1.3 Structure of the report
2 Survey overview
2.1 Survey implementation
2.2 Survey population
2.3 Coverage and response rate
2.4 Survey instrument and method
2.5 Field report
2.5.1 Field time
2.5.2 Length of interviews
2.6 Data preparation and testing
3 Descriptive analysis
3.1 Security ‘threat’ categories
3.2 Areas of economic activity
3.3 Broad categories of security products and services
3.4 Cyber security
3.4.1 Cyber security products and services
3.4.2 Cyber/IT business activities
3.5 ‘Other’ security product providers
3.5.1 ‘Other’ security products
3.5.2 ‘Other’ security products business activities
3.6 ‘Other’ security service providers
3.6.1 ‘Other’ security services
3.7 Security market by economic sector (end-user)
3.7.1 Overall – all products and services
3.7.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.8 Security market by geographical region
3.8.1 Geographical markets – all products and services
3.8.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.9 Firm structure: employment and turnover
3.9.1 Employment
3.9.2 Turnover
3.10 Growth performance and prospects
3.10.1 Past turnover growth performance
3.10.2 Future turnover growth prospects
3.10.3 Future demand prospects by broad customer group and geographical area
3.11 Competitors
3.11.1 Geographical origin of main competitors – all products and services
3.11.2 Breakdown by main broad category of security products and services
3.11.3 Future competition prospects by geographical origin of main competitors
| 4 Aggregate estimates of the size of the security industry
4.1 Overview of approach
4.2 Method for the estimation of turnover and employment for the survey sample
4.2.1 Underlying assumptions
4.2.2 Estimation of turnover for non-declaring respondents
4.2.3 Estimation of employment levels for employment - size class ‘1000 or more employees’
4.2.4 Estimation of sample average values of employment and turnover per firm
4.3 Method for the initial estimation of aggregate turnover and employment
4.3.1 Underlying assumptions
4.3.2 Calculation of the initial estimate of the population of security companies
4.3.3 Calculation of initial estimates of aggregate (national) turnover and employment
4.4 Variants and sub-groups
4.4.1 Adjustment for possible defence-related turnover and employment (variant)
4.4.2 Estimation of turnover and employment by main broad industry category (sub-groups)
4.5 Size of the security industry: survey estimates and aggregate (national) extrapolation
4.5.1 Estimates of the population of security companies
4.5.2 Comparison of estimators
Annexes
A.1. Product and services segmentation
A.2. Market Segmentation
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeGreat Britaininternetpolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUnited Kingdom
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Title: Strategic recommendations for secure societies theme in Horizon 2020 : Secure Societies ; Protecting freedom and
security of Europe and its citizens
Abstract
This document offers strategic recommendations to the European Commission on how the Secure Societies Theme in Horizon 2020 should be developed to address the longer-term priorities and opportunities. In developing this strategic recommendation the SSAG has considered a wide range of factors including in particular:User organisation priorities, indicating where research and innovation is most likely to deliver benefit to important needs and especially anticipating new trends,Approaches to the formulation of the Work Programmes that are most appropriate to generate effective outcomes and raise competitiveness of EU industry.The primary content of this document was prepared by three working groups of the SSAG(2014-2015).The scope of the Secure Societies theme is very broad and the SSAG looked at several ways to structure the discourse.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
3. Innovation Roadmapping
4. Drivers for Future Work Programmes – Overview
5. Driver 1 - Societal Security & Trust of the Citizen
6. Driver 2 - Crime and Crime Prevention
7. Driver 3 – Trusted Digital Economy
8. Conclusion
Author (Corp. Body): Secure Societies Advisory Group
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: citizendata securityEUsocietyinternetcriminalitypreventionsecurity
economy
Subject: European Community law in generalVarious information networks and systems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the development of statistical data on the European security technological and industrial base : Final Report
Abstract
In light of the challenges and needs, this study was launched with the overall aim to contribute to the development of statistical data that provide a clear picture of the technological and industrial base of the security industry in the EU. At the same time, the study has also served to contribute to the development of statistical data on the security services sector.The study was divided into two phases:The ‘Definition Phase’ which covered preparatory activities,included the formulation of a definition and delineation of the security sector. Based on this work, an inventory was made of various options available for collection and quantification of the security sector, together with an assessment of the feasibility of implementing these options. Based on this assessment, which was validated in a workshop and confirmed by the European Commission, the approach to adopted for the development of statistical data was selected;The ‘Implementation Phase’ which covered the implementation of the quantification exercise. This exercise consisted of a combination of a the analysis of existing statistical data and a company survey conducted in seven Member States (DE, EE, ES, FR, IT, PL, UK), with the purpose ofincreasingthe understanding of the structure and conduct of the security sector in the EU. The results were extrapolated to arrive at an assessment of the size, structure and performance of the overall EU security industry sector and market.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Background
Methodology and approach
Findings from publicly available statistical data
Findings from the Security Sector Survey
Estimation of the overall size of the EU security industry
1 Introduction
1.1 General Context
1.2 Aim of this study
1.3 Methodology
1.3.1 Definition Phase
1.3.2 Implementation Phase
1.4 Structure of the report
2 Delineation and segmentation of the security sector
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Delineation and segmentation of the sector
2.2.1 Security definitions
2.2.2 Conceptual segmentation and delineation
2.2.3 Security threats and risks
2.2.4 Security risk and threat domains
2.2.5 Security actors
2.2.6 Security response cycle
2.2.7 Security tools (products & services)
3 Overview of data available in statistics
3.1 Private security services sector
3.1.1 Company structure
3.1.2 Number of companies
3.1.3 Employment
3.1.4 Turnover
3.2 Public security services sector
3.2.1 Police forces
3.2.2 Firefighters
3.3 EU overview
4 Comparative analysis of survey results
4.1 Survey - introduction
4.2 Comparative analysis
4.2.1 Security “threat” categories
4.2.2 Industry segmentation
4.2.3 Security market segmentation
4.2.4 Firm structure and size
4.2.5 Turnover growth
4.2.6 Competition
| 5 Estimation of national aggregate employment and turnover and extrapolation to EU level
5.1 Methodology for estimation of national level aggregate turnover and employment
5.1.1 Basic approach
5.1.2 Other underlying assumptions
5.1.3 Sub-groups and variants
5.2 Comparison of survey-based employment and turnover estimates
5.2.1 Employment(average number of employees per firm)
5.2.2 Turnover (average turnover per firm)
5.2.3 Turnover per employee
5.3 Estimates of aggregate national employment and turnover
5.3.1 Aggregate national employment and turnover (all security)
5.3.2 Aggregate national employment and turnover by broad industry category
5.4 Estimated total size of the EU security industry
6 Estimation of the breakdown of turnover and employment by products and services, business activities and markets
6.1 Methodologies for estimation of the breakdown of turnover and employment
6.1.1 Estimation of the breakdown of turnover and employment by product and service type
6.1.2 Estimation of the breakdown of turnover and employment by business activity
6.1.3 Estimation of the breakdown of turnover and employment by market segment
6.2 Estimates of the breakdown of turnover and employment by security products and services, business activities and markets
6.2.1 ‘Other’ security products
6.2.2 ‘Other’ security services
6.2.3 Cyber security services and products
Annex I: Comparative Tables
Annex II: Ecorys Survey on the Structure of the Security Industry (Ecorys SSS) - questionnaire
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: TNO | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres | DECISION
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data securityserviceEUfire brigadeGreat Britaininternetpolicesecurity
security policyespionagestatisticsenterprise
Subject: European Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Strategic input for 2016 - 2017 Work Programme : Secure Societies ; Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its
citizens
Abstract
The Secure Societies Advisory Group (SSAG) has considered the strategic priorities that should shape the H2020 programme for the 2016/2017...[Author vide copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Secure Societies Advisory Group
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Programme und Statuten
Keyword: data securityserviceEUresearchsocietyhuman sciencesinformation technologyinnovation
internetsecuritytechnologyenterprise
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalVarious information networks and systems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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