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Electronic Warfare - Emerging Trends, Approaches, Key issues and Investment Outlook

Electronic Warfare - Emerging Trends, Approaches, Key issues and Investment Outlook is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. This report globally analyzes potential effects of electronic warfare on governments and military organizations, and identifies frequently used techniques for electronic attacks, electronic warfare support, and electronic protection. This report also examines executive opinions about the major challenges faced by government/defense organizations in handling electronic warfare threats. Furthermore, it analyzes planned investment on electronic warfare over the next two years, and projected change in budget for electronic warfare in 2015.

Key Findings
- The number of electronic attacks has increased in the past 12 months

- Electromagnetic jamming is frequently used for electronic attacks 

- Electronic warfare results in security breaches, data leaks, and increases in operational costs for government and military organizations 

- A lack of awareness, and diverse and continuously evolving threats are the major challenges faced by government/defense organizations in handling electronic warfare threats 

- Overall, 39% of executives expect less than US$250 million of investments will be towards electronic warfare over the next two years

- The US and China will emerge as significant spenders on electronic warfare over the next two years

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Synopsis
This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn exclusive panel of leading global defense industry executives. The report analyzes occurrence of electronic attacks in the past 12 months, possible impact of cyber attacks on governments and military organizations, and techniques/systems preferred for electronic attacks, electronic warfare support, and electronic protection. Furthermore, it provides information about key issues encountered by government/defense organizations in handling electronic warfare threats. Moreover, the report evaluates projected investment on electronic warfare over the next two years, expected change in budget for electronic warfare in 2015 as compared to 2014, and identifies countries with significant spending potential on electronic warfare.

In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following:

- Frequently used techniques/systems for electronic attacks: identifies techniques/systems which are most frequently used for electronic attacks 

- Techniques/systems preferred for electronic warfare support: examines techniques that are most frequently used by cyber-attackers

- Frequently used techniques/systems for electronic protection: evaluates techniques/systems which are most frequently used for electronic protection

- Potential effects of electronic warfare on governments and military organizations: determines possible ways electronic warfare can impact governments and military organizations

- Major challenges faced by government/defense organizations in handling electronic warfare threats: examines key issues/hurdles faced by government/defense organizations in handling electronic warfare threats

- Projected investment on electronic warfare over the next two years: anticipates investment planned on electronic warfare for the next two years

- Projected change in budget for electronic warfare: analyzes change in budget for electronic warfare in 2015 as compared to 2014

- Countries with significant spending potential on electronic warfare: identifies countries that will emerge as top spenders on electronic warfare over the next two years

Reasons To Buy
- The report highlights techniques/systems that are most frequently used for electronic attacks, electronic warfare support and electronic protection. This will help organizations to align research and new product development in line with the market demand

- The report assists readers to restructure electronic protection strategy and contingency plans by highlighting potential effects of electronic warfare on governments and military organizations

- The report provides information about countries which will incur significant expenditure on electronic warfare over the next two years. This will help organizations to develop business expansion plans

- The report analyzes key challenges faced by organizations in handling electronic warfare threats. This will help organizations to revamp electronic protection strategy

- The report helps defense executives to focus and ascertain funding and budget by indicating projected investment on electronic warfare over the next two years 


Companies Mentioned

Exelis Inc., Northrop Grumman Corporation, BAE Systems plc

Contact:

Debora White
Manager - Marketing 
debora@reportstack.com
Ph: +1-888-789-6604
Reportstack Market Research