From the annual report of FederSicurezza, the federation of the security industry and private security, has emerged this year that the companies operating in the private security sector in Italy amounted to 1339.
Among these, there are a few really large spread tend to be in the Centre-North, and many small businesses, located mainly in the South of the Country.
If the photograph of the field reveals few data encouraging on revenues and margins, since at the National level 17% of the companies work at a loss, and the result is positive the question.
Growing need for security in the last two years and the satisfaction rate of those who used the service, much higher compared to other industrial sectors.
From the analysis carried out, in addition to highlighting the main critical issues (such as the depreciation of the work caused by the continuous competition of the downward pressure on costs), it highlights the need to begin to let go of the mere concept of private security (considered obsolete) and the move towards integrated security solutions.
According to the survey, many people (especially in the South) believe that it is useful to be able to entrust the services of information technology security (Cyber Security) to the same company that is concerned about the safety traditional, that is, the physical.
Centralize all security-related activities on a single partner, can have a variety of positive implications, in terms of guarantees and service continuity in addition to the containment of investments.
Although the sector is going through a very delicate phase, the issue of security is very felt, as well as the need to develop a true culture of safety, that can bring benefits to those who provide services and those who benefit from it.
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