Saudi Arabia Homeland Security Market Outlook – 2010-2018

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Publication: Q1 2009, Pages: 206, Tables & Figures: 135

2010 – 2018 Market: $97 Billion, 2nd Largest National HLS-HLD Market.

Saudi Arabia: Homeland Security Market Research Report - 2010 - 2018

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Saudi Arabia’s homeland security market is unlike any other in the world. It is the only country whose very survival is threatened by both internal (Al Qaeda and the Shia minority) and external (e.g. the threat of a nuclear Iran, the annual Hajj pilgrimage) forces. . Recession or not, Saudi Arabia will continue to allocate all necessary resources to maintain and strengthen its highly effective Homeland Security – Homeland Defense infrastructure. With nearly unlimited monetary resources, the Kingdom has created a complex maze of 24 redundant Homeland Security – Homeland Defense organizations numbering more than 250,000 people. This landmark report represents years of research, dozens of interviews, and in-depth analysis of thousands of documents. The result is a comprehensive roadmap of this huge and intriguing Homeland Security market. Some highlights include:

  • Detailed deciphering of the complex multi-tier, inter-dependent, Saudi organizations, employing over 250,000 people, and devoted exclusively to HLS 18 HLS sub-segment market forecasts and analysis (e.g. Aviation Security, Counter-Terror Intel, Maritime, Saudi Oil & Gas Security, Ministry of Interior, Private Sector Security, IT)
  • Dozens of Saudi Arabian market business opportunities segmented by HLS industry (e.g. Intel, Cyber-Security, Perimeter Protection).
Table of Contents Table of Contents
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1. Scope, Methodology and Assumptions
1.1. Scope
1.2. Saudi Terror Scenario Assumptions 2009-2018
1.3. Methodology
1.4. Important Notes
1.5. Terror Threats to the Saudi Kingdom
1.5.1. Terms of Reference
1.5.2. Reconciling Saudi Homeland Security (HLS) and Saudi Homeland Defense (HLD)
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Fact Sheet
2.2. Geopolitical Environment
2.3. The Saudi HLS-HLD Infrastructure
2.4. Major Findings
2.5. Major Conclusions
2.6. Major Forecasts
2.7. Saudi HLS-HLD Market Segments Outlook - 2009-2018
3. Saudi HLS-HLD Market Drivers
4. Saudi HLS-HLD Market Inhibitors
5. Saudi Arabia - Background
5.1. Country Profile
5.2. Political Structure
5.3. The Intra-Islamic Ideological Conflicts: Threats to the Kingdom
5.3.1. Saudi Perception of Regional Shia Influence
5.4. U.S. - Saudi HLS-HLD Partnership
5.5. Saudi Arabia Economy Outlook - 2009–2018
5.5.1. Impact of Saudi Budget Surplus on HLS-HLD Security Market
5.6. Saudi Defense Budget Outlook – 2009-2018
6. The Saudi Government HLS-HLD Organization
7. Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Market
7.1. Factors Shaping Saudi HLS–HLD Policy in 2008–2012
7.2. HLS-HLD Market Outlook - 2009-2018
7.3. Saudi Arabia Total HLS-HLD Market Outlook – 2007-2018
8. Ministry of Defense – HLD Market - 2008-2018
8.1. Saudi Arabia Army
8.2. Saudi Navy
8.3. The Saudi Air Force
9. Ministry of Interior – Counterterrorism Market: 2008-2018
9.1. The Saudi National Guard – Counterterrorism Market: 2009-2018
9.2. Paramilitary Forces
10. The Saudi Intelligence Community – Counterterrorism Market: 2009-2018
10.1. The General Intelligence Presidency
10.2. The Saudi Civil Intelligence
11. The Saudi Oil-Gas Industry Security Market – 2009-2018
11.1.1. Oil Exports
11.1.2. Major Oil-Gas Ports
11.1.3. Saudi Major Domestic Petroleum Pipelines
11.1.4. International Petroleum Pipelines
11.1.5. Oil-Gas Shipping
11.2. The Saudi Oil-Gas Industry Security Market – 2009-2018
12. Hajj (Pilgrimage): Annual Security Challenge - Business and Market Opportunities
12.1. The Hajj Security Strategy and Market Opportunities
12.2. What are the Main HLS Market Opportunities Associated with the Hajj?
13. Saudi Arabian Aviation Security Market Outlook - 2009-2018
13.1. Scope
13.2. Background
13.3. Major Findings
13.4. Saudi Aviation Security - Market Drivers
13.5. Saudi Aviation Security - Market Inhibitors
13.6. Saudi Arabian Aviation Security Market Outlook - 2009-2018
14. Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market - 2009-2018
14.1. Scope
14.2. Maritime Security – Sub-Markets
14.3. Security of Oil Export Terminals
14.4. Saudi Maritime Security Market – Development Forecast
14.5. Saudi Maritime Security - Market Drivers
14.6. Saudi Maritime Security - Market Inhibitors
14.7. Saudi Arabian Maritime Security Market - 2009-2018
15. Saudi Arabian CBRN Mitigation Market Outlook - 2009-2018
15.1. Scope
15.2. Saudi Arabian CBRN Mitigation Market Investment Forecast - 2009-2018
15.3. Saudi CBRN Mitigation – Market Drivers
15.4. Saudi CBRN Mitigation – Market Inhibitors
15.5. Saudi Arabian CBRN Mitigation Market Outlook - 2009-2018
16. Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intelligence Community Market - 2009-2018
16.1. Scope
16.2. Major Findings
16.3. Saudi Intel. Community Market Drivers
16.4. Saudi Intel. Community Market Inhibitors
16.5. Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intelligence Community Market - 2009-2018
17. Saudi Arabia Border & Perimeter Security Market - 2009-2018
17.1. Scope
17.2. Perimeter Protection Market
17.2.1. Saudi Perimeter Protection Market
17.2.2. Saudi Border Protection Market
17.3. Saudi Border & Perimeter Security Market Drivers
17.4. Saudi Border & Perimeter Security Market Inhibitors
17.5. Saudi Arabia Border & Perimeter Security Market - 2009-2018
18. Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market - 2009-2018
18.1. Scope
18.2. Saudi HLS-HLD IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market Drivers
18.3. Saudi HLS-HLD IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market Inhibitors
18.4. Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market - 2009-2018
19. First Responders Market - 2009-2018
19.1. Scope
19.2. Saudi First Responders Market Drivers
19.3. Saudi First Responders Market Inhibitors
19.4. First Responders Market - 2009-2018
20. Critical Infrastructure Protection Market - 2009-2018
20.1. Scope
20.2. Fourteen (14) Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Sectors of Saudi Arabia in a Snapshot
20.2.1. Oil & Gas Industry
20.2.2. The Saudi Nuclear Energy Program
20.2.3. Water and Electric Utilities
20.2.4. Railway Transportation Security
20.2.5. Banking Sector
20.2.6. IT / Telecom Sector
20.3. Saudi Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Drivers
20.4. Saudi Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Inhibitors
20.5. Critical Infrastructure Protection Market - 2009-2018
21. Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD RFID & Biometrics Market - 2009-2018
21.1. Scope
21.2. Saudi RFID & Biometrics Market Drivers
21.3. Saudi RFID & Biometrics Market Inhibitors
21.4. Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD RFID & Biometrics Market - 2009-2018
22. Saudi Arabia Private Sector HLS Market Forecast 2009-2018
22.1. Scope
22.2. Seven Private Sector HLS Market Segments
22.2.1. Saudi Arabia Private Sector Electrical Utility Industry
22.2.2. Banking and Financial Industry
22.2.3. 2008-2018 Private Sector Security Business Opportunities
22.3. Saudi Private Sector HLS Market Drivers
22.4. Saudi Private Sector HLS Market Inhibitors
22.5. Saudi Arabia Private Sector HLS Market Forecast 2009-2018
23. Companies Active in Saudi HLS-HLD Market
23.1. BAE Systems plc
23.2. The Boeing Company
23.3. Raytheon Company
23.4. EADS N.V.
23.5. Finmeccanica S.p.A.
23.6. Thales Group
23.7. Lockheed Martin
23.8. L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.
23.9. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
23.10. General Dynamics Corporation
24. Appendix A: Saudi Arms Deals
24.1. Saudi Arabia: U.S. Arms Sales
24.2. Saudi Arabia: UK Arms Sales
24.3. Total Arms Purchases by Saudi Arabia - 1999 - 2006
25. Appendix B: Key Contacts in the Saudi Bio-Defense Market
26. Appendix C - Doing Business in Saudi Arabia
26.1. Direct Exports
26.2. Export Documentation Requirements
26.3. Customs Duties
26.4. Commercial Agents
26.5. Franchising
26.6. Branch Offices
26.7. Direct Foreign Investment
26.8. Licensed Insurers
26.9. Taxation
26.9.1. Residents and Non-residents Taxation (Personal)
26.9.2. Corporation Tax
26.9.3.  Zakat (religious wealth tax)
26.10. Useful Websites
Figures/Tables Tables
Table 1 Saudi Arabia GDP and Defense Outlay Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 2 Saudi Government and Private Sector HLS. HLD and Counter Terror Intel Outlay [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 3 Saudi Government and Private Sector HLS-HLD Market Outlook by Sector
Table 4 HLS-HLD Market Forecast [$B] by Ten Sub Markets – 2008-2018
Table 5 Budget Allocations to Critical Infrastructure Sectors [$M] –
Table 6 Saudi Arabia Defense and HLD Outlays [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 7 Saudi Arabia Defense and HLD Outlays as [%] of GDP
Table 8 Saudi Arabia Government and Private Sector HLS, HLD and Counter Terror Intel. Outlay [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 9 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Outlays as [%] of "Total Defense" Outlay – 2007-2018
Table 10 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Market Sectors Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 11 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Market Sectors as [%] of Saudi HLS-HLD Outlay
Table 12 Saudi Military Airfields
Table 13 The Saudi Armed Forces HLD Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] – 2008-2018
Table 14 The Saudi Ministry of Interior HLD Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] – 2008-2018
Table 15 The Saudi National Guard HLS Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] – 2008-2018
Table 16 Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intelligence Services Outlay [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 17 Saudi Arabia Intelligence Community HLS Outlay and Market as [%] of GDP
Table 18 Saudi Arabia Private Sector Oil-Gas Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 19 Saudi Arabia Private Sector Oil-Gas Market as [%] of HLS-HLD Market
Table 20 Saudi Civil Airfields
Table 21 Seven Saudi Arabian Aviation Security Market Sub-Sectors – Market Prospects Snapshot
Table 22 Saudi Arabia Aviation Security Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 23 Total Cargo Handled in All Saudi Ports in 2007, [Million Metric Tons]
Table 24 Saudi Arabia Maritime Security Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 25 Saudi Arabia – Population Distribution In Major Cities
Table 26 Saudi Arabia CBRN Mitigation Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 27 Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intelligence Community Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 28 Saudi Arabia Border & Perimeter Security Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 29 Snapshot of Saudi Society in Information Age – 2008 Data
Table 30 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD IT Cybersecurity and Software Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 31 Saudi Arabia First Responder's Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 32 Criteria for Prioritizing Budgets for CIP
Table 33 A Snapshot of the 14 Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Sectors of Saudi Arabia
Table 34 Saudi Arabia Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 35 Saudi Arabia RFID & Biometrics HLS Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 36 Seven Private Sector HLS Market Segments
Table 37 Saudi Arabia Private Sector HLS Market Outlook [$B] – 2007-2018
Table 38  Total Arms Purchases by Saudi Arabia ($M) – 1999-2006

Figures
Figure 1 The Four Terror Threat Categories
Figure 2 The Saudi HLS-HLD Interplay
Figure 3 Saudi Arabia - Fact Sheet
Figure 4 HLS-HLD National Outlay per Capita [$/Year] Saudi Arabia vs. the USA and the EU - 2008
Figure 5 Three Tiers of Saudi HLS-HLD Infrastructure
Figure 6 HLS-HLD Cumulative Market [$B] Saudi Arabia vs. USA., UK, China and Germany - 2007-2018
Figure 7 HLS-HLD Market as [%] of GDP: Saudi Arabia vs. USA, UK, China and Germany - 2007
Figure 8 HLS-HLD Market as [%] of GDP: Saudi Arabia vs. USA, UK, China and Germany - 2018
Figure 9 Total HLS-HLD Market [$B] by Segments - 2009-2018
Figure 10 Total HLS-HLD 10 Market Segments CAGR [%] - 2008-2018
Figure 11 Saudi Arabia - Map
Figure 12 Saudi Arabia - Country Profile - 2007
Figure 13 Saudi Budget Surplus
Figure 14 Saudi Government Budget Spending - 2000-2008
Figure 15 Saudi Domestic Debt
Figure 16 Saudi Arabia Defense and HLD Outlay Outlook [%]
Figure 17 Saudi Arabia GDP [$T] Outlook - 2008-2018
Figure 18 Saudi Arabia Defense & HLD Outlay [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 19 Saudi Arabia Defense & HLD Outlay as [%] of GDP
Figure 20 The Saudi 8-Tiered Terror Mitigation Responsibilities
Figure 21 The Saudi Government HLS-HLD Org. Chart
Figure 22 Saudi Government and Private Sector HLS, HLD and Counter Terror Intel. Outlay by Sector - 2008, 2018
Figure 23 Saudi Arabia Government & Private Sector HLS-HLD Outlay [$B] by Sector - 2007-2018 Outlook
Figure 24 Saudi Arabia Government and Private Sector HLS-HLD Market by Sectors 2008, 2018 Outlook
Figure 25 Saudi Arabia Government & Private Sector HLS-HLD Outlay as [%] of Saudi Arabia "Total Defense" - 2007-2018 Outlook
Figure 26 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Markets [$B] by Activity - 2008-2018 Outlook
Figure 27 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD Sectors as [%] of Saudi HLS-HLD Outlay
Figure 28 The Saudi Armed Forces HLD Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] - 2008-2018
Figure 29 The Saudi Ministry of Interior HLD Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] - 2008-2018
Figure 30 The Saudi National Guard HLS Outlay and Markets Outlook [$B] - 2008-2018
Figure 31 The Structure of the Saudi General Intelligence Presidency
Figure 32 Saudi Arabia Intel. Community Services Outlay Outlook
Figure 33 Saudi Arabia Intel. Community Counter Terror Outlay [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 34 Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intel. Outlay as [%] of GDP
Figure 35 Saudi Arabia VS. U.S. Crude Oil Production 1960-2010
Figure 36 Oil Prices, 1994 - March 2008
Figure 37 Saudi Oil and Gas Fields
Figure 38 Saudi Arabia Private Sector Oil-Gas Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 39 Saudi Arabia Private Sector Oil-Gas Market as [%] of HLS Market
Figure 40 Saudi Arabia Private Sector Oil-Gas Market as [%] of HLS-HLD Market
Figure 41 Muslim Pilgrims Circle the Holy Kaaba in Mecca
Figure 42 Budget Allocation to Saudi Aviation [$M] - 2002-2008
Figure 43 The Saudi Civil Airports Map
Figure 44 Saudi Aviation Security Threats Mitigation and Targets - 2018
Figure 45 Multi-Modal People Screening Technology - Artist Perception
Figure 46 King Khaled International Airport
Figure 47 Saudi Aviation Security Market - SWOT Analysis
Figure 48 Saudi Aviation Security Market Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 49 Saudi Arabia Aviation Security Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 50 Budget Allocation to Saudi Seaports [$M] - 2002-2008
Figure 51 Total Cargo Handled in All Saudi Ports in 2007
Figure 52 Ras Tanura Oil Export Terminal - One of the World's Oil Choke Points
Figure 53 A Saudi LNG Terminal
Figure 54 Global Maritime Oil Flows and Strategic Shipping Chokepoints
Figure 55 X VLCC Takayama after Attack in the Gulf of Aden
Figure 56 Maritime Containers Security "Food Chain"
Figure 57 Strait of Hormuz - World Oil Transit Chokepoint
Figure 58 Strait of Hormuz - Width at Narrowest Point 21 Miles
Figure 59 Saudi Maritime Security Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 60 Saudi Maritime Security Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 61 Saudi Arabia Maritime Security Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 62 CBRN Mitigation Market
Figure 63 Casualties from Nuclear and Biological Release
Figure 64 Saudi CBRN Mitigation Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 65 Saudi CBRN Mitigation Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 66 Saudi Arabia CBRN Mitigation Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 67 Saudi Intelligence Community Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 68 Saudi Intelligence Community Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 69 Saudi Arabia Counter Terror Intelligence Community Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 70 Perimeter of the Dhahran International Airport
Figure 71 Saudi Arabia - Yemen Border
Figure 72 Border & Perimeter Protection on Combined Use of Physical Barriers and Surveillance & Electronic Detection Means
Figure 73 Saudi Borders & Premier Security Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 74 Saudi Border & Perimeter Security Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 75 Saudi Arabia Borders and Perimeter Security Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 76 Saudi Telecom Roadmap
Figure 77 Establishing Saudi CERT (Computer Emergency Readiness Team)
Figure 78 Saudi IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 79 Saudi Cybersecurity and Software Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 80 Saudi Arabia HLS-HLD IT, Cybersecurity and Software Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 81 Saudi 1st Responders Require Oil-Gas Incidence-Specific Means and Methods
Figure 82 Saudi First Responders Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 83 Saudi First Responders Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 84 Saudi Arabia First Responder Security Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 85 The Layered Critical Infrastructure Protection
Figure 86 Saudi Landbridge Project
Figure 87 Mecca-Medinah Rail Project
Figure 88 Saudi Critical Infrastructure Protection Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 89 Saudi Critical Infrastructure Protection Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 90 Saudi Arabia Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
Figure 91 Active RFID Tag
Figure 92 Saudi RFID & Biometrics Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 93 Saudi RFID & Biometrics Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 94 Saudi Private Sector Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 95 Saudi Private Sector Market - Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 96  Saudi Arabia Private Sector HLS Market Outlook [$B] - 2007-2018
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