Next-Generation National Security and Public Safety in Europe

January 9, 2017 - 1 Comment

As the threats and risks from cyber criminals, terrorists, gangs, nation states, and others continue to grow and evolve, national security and public safety officials in Europe face one of the most difficult challenges yet in keeping citizens, cities, and nations safe.

Providing this safety often means understanding the global, cultural, social, and technological trends of today and adopting technologies that help to reduce threat. In addition to the ever-changing trends, the European Union (EU) also adds additional complexities with national borders and travel regulations.

So, how can European nations address these safety challenges? Analyst firm IDC produced the following research in partnership with Cisco around global megatrends and how officials can provide next-generation national security and public safety for their citizens, cities and nations. To read the full report, click here, or check out the infographic below.


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  1. …Thank you for sharing this article with your insights. In simple words, security implementation with a good understanding of every pertaining fact in nowadays is a real global concern. And for those in the game is a daily challenge.