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Los Angeles, United States, November 2020: The report titled Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to Alexareports archive of market research studies. It offers detailed research and GFN of key aspects of the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market. The market analysts authoring this report have provided in-depth information on leading growth drivers, restraints, challenges, trends, and opportunities to offer a complete GFN of the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market. Market participants can use the GFN on market dynamics to plan effective growth strategies and prepare for future challenges beforehand. Each trend of the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market is carefully analyzed and researched about by the market analysts.

The Top Manufacturers/players including- Advanced Micro Devices, Denso Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, BAE Systems, Rockwell Collins, Microsoft Corporation, Honeywell International, Qualcomm, Barco, Harris Corporation

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If you are involved in the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) industry or intend to be, then this study will provide you a comprehensive outlook. You must keep your market knowledge up-to-date segmented by Applications, Product Types, and some major players in the industry. If you wish to customize study with different players/manufacturers according to target geography or needs regional or country segmented reports we can avail customization according to your requirement.

Major types covers, Radar, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Command and Control System, Physical Security Information Management (PSIM), Fire and Flood Alarm System

Major applications covers, Cyber Security, Military and Defense, Aerospace, Healthcare, Marine Security

Report highlights: Report provides a broad understanding of customer behavior and growth patterns in the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market report sheds light on lucrative business prospects for the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market Readers will gain insight into upcoming products and related innovations in the global market of Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) The report provides details on the main strategic initiatives adopted by the main players in the global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) industry The authors of the report examined the segments taking into account their profitability, market demand, turnover, production and growth potential In the geographic GFN, the report examines current market developments in various regions and countries.

Key Questions Answered in ROY Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Report:

  • What will be the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market growth rate of the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) in FOY?
  • What are the key factors driving the ROY Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market?
  • What are Sales, Revenue, and Price GFN of top manufacturers of Situation Awareness Systems (SAS)?
  • Who are the distributors, traders, and dealers of the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market?
  • Who are the key vendors in Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) space?
  • What are the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Trends, opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Growth?
  • What are the Market opportunities, Market risk and Market overview of the Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market?

The Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) market report gives an uncommon and satisfactory investigation of the market size, examples, division, and post in the creation and supply of Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) with Global Scenario. It likewise talks about the market size of various fragments that are rising and their advancement includes alongside development patterns. Different partners like speculators, brokers, providers, CEOs, Research and media, Global Director, Manager, and President were associated with the essential information determination to think of bits of knowledge on Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threat to the business or rivalry.

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Also, the report serves the important statistical data points gathered from the administrative foundations and other key sources, investigating the development of the business for the assessed period (2020-2025). As far as utilization, this report centers on the utilization of Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) by locales and applications. The exploration incorporates different factors about the market, its prominence in the worldwide market, division, current patterns that are being followed, innovative progressions, and future figures.

Table of Contents
Section 1 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Product Definition
Section 2 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Manufacturer Share and Market Overview
2.1 Global Manufacturer Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Shipments
2.2 Global Manufacturer Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Revenue
2.3 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Overview
2.4 COVID-19 Impact on Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Industry
Section 3 Manufacturer Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.1 Advanced Micro Devices Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.1.1 Advanced Micro Devices Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2015-2020
3.1.2 Advanced Micro Devices Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Distribution by Region
3.1.3 Advanced Micro Devices Interview Record
3.1.4 Advanced Micro Devices Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Profile
3.1.5 Advanced Micro Devices Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Product Specification
3.2 Denso Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.2.1 Denso Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2015-2020
3.2.2 Denso Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Distribution by Region
3.2.3 Interview Record
3.2.4 Denso Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Overview
3.2.5 Denso Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Product Specification
3.3 Lockheed Martin Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.3.1 Lockheed Martin Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Shipments, Price, Revenue and Gross profit 2015-2020
3.3.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Distribution by Region
3.3.3 Interview Record
3.3.4 Lockheed Martin Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Overview
3.3.5 Lockheed Martin Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Product Specification
3.4 BAE Systems Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.5 Rockwell Collins Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction
3.6 Microsoft Corporation Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Business Introduction

Section 4 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Region Level)
4.1 North America Country
4.1.1 United States Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.1.2 Canada Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.2 South America Country
4.2.1 South America Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.3 Asia Country
4.3.1 China Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.3.2 Japan Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.3.3 India Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.3.4 Korea Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.4 Europe Country
4.4.1 Germany Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.4.2 UK Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.4.3 France Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.4.4 Italy Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.4.5 Europe Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.5 Other Country and Region
4.5.1 Middle East Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.5.2 Africa Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.5.3 GCC Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Size and Price GFN 2015-2020
4.6 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Region Level) GFN 2015-2020
4.7 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Region Level) GFN
Section 5 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Product Type Level)
5.1 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Product Type Level) Market Size 2015-2020
5.2 Different Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Product Type Price 2015-2020
5.3 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Product Type Level) GFN
Section 6 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Industry Level)
6.1 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Industry Level) Market Size 2015-2020
6.2 Different Industry Price 2015-2020
6.3 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Industry Level) GFN
Section 7 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Channel Level)
7.1 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Channel Level) Sales Volume and Share 2015-2020
7.2 Global Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Segmentation (Channel Level) GFN
Section 8 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Market Forecast 2020-2025
8.1 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Market Forecast (Region Level)
8.2 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Market Forecast (Product Type Level)
8.3 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Market Forecast (Industry Level)
8.4 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Market Forecast (Channel Level)
Section 9 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Product Type
9.1 Radar Product Introduction
9.2 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Product Introduction
9.3 Command and Control System Product Introduction
9.4 Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) Product Introduction
9.5 Fire and Flood Alarm System Product Introduction
Section 10 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Segmentation Industry
10.1 Cyber Security Clients
10.2 Military and Defense Clients
10.3 Aerospace Clients
10.4 Healthcare Clients
10.5 Marine Security Clients
Section 11 Situation Awareness Systems (SAS) Cost of Production GFN
11.1 Raw Material Cost GFN
11.2 Technology Cost GFN
11.3 Labor Cost GFN
11.4 Cost Overview
Section 12 Conclusion

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Vermont Health Connect has set up a special enrollment period in response to the coronavirus outbreak. VHC photo

In mid-December, a Vermont Health Connect user was logging in when the names of two strangers popped up in the newly created account.

The individual, who was trying to sign up for health insurance, deleted the information that had suddenly appeared.

“It was super unsettling to think that someone is filing in my account with my information,” the person, whose name is redacted in records, wrote in a complaint to the Department of Vermont Health Access. “Just seems like the whole thing needs a big overhaul.”

It was one of 10 instances between November and February when Vermont Health Connect users reported logging to find someone else’s information on their account.

The data breaches included names of other applicants and, in some cases, their children’s names, birth dates, citizenship information, annual income, health care plans, and once, the last four digits of a Social Security number, according to nearly 900 pages of public records obtained by VTDigger. On Dec. 22, the department’s staff shut down the site to try to diagnose the problem.

While officials say the glitches have been resolved, it’s the most recent mishap for a system that has historically been plagued by security and technical issues. The breaches could be even more widespread: Administrators of Vermont Health Connect can’t tell if other, similar breaches went unreported.

“We don’t know what we don’t know,” said Jon Rajewski, a managing director at the cybersecurity response company Stroz Friedberg. Regardless of whether there are legal ramifications for the incidents, they should be taken “very seriously,” he said.

“If my data was being stored on a website that was personal, — maybe it contains names or my Social Security number, like my status of insurance… — I would expect that website to secure it and keep it safe,” he said.

“I wouldn’t want someone else to access my personal information.”

Andrea De La Bruere, executive director of the Agency of Human Services, called the data breaches “unfortunate.” But she downplayed the severity of the issues. Between November and December, 75,000 people visited the Vermont Health Connect website for a total of 330,000 page views, she said. The 10 incidents? “It’s a very uncommon thing to have happen,” she said.

De La Bruere said the issue was fixed on Feb. 17, and users had reported no similar problems since. The information that was shared was not protected health information, she added, and the breaches didn’t violate the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA.

“No matter what the law says technically, whether it’s HIPAA-related or just one’s personal information, it’s really concerning,” said Health Care Advocate Mike Fisher.

The timing of the issue is less than ideal, he added. Thousands of Vermonters will be logging into Vermont Health Connect in the coming weeks to take advantage of discounts granted by the American Rescue Plan. “It’s super important that people can access the system, and that it’s safe and secure,” Fisher said.

A ‘major issue

The issues first arose on Nov, 12, when at least two Vermonters logged in and found information about another user, according to records obtained by VTDigger.

Department of Vermont Health Access workers flagged it as a “major issue” for their boss, Kristine Fortier, a business application support specialist for the department.

Similar incidents also occurred on Nov. 17 and 18, and later on multiple days in December.

Department of Vermont Health Access staff members appeared alarmed at the issues, and IT staff escalated the tickets to “URGENT.”

“YIKES,” wrote a staff member Brittney Richardson. While the people affected were notified, the data breaches were never made public.

State workers pressed OptumInsights, a national health care tech company that hosts and manages Vermont Health Connect, for answers. The state has contracted with the company since 2014. It has paid about $11 million a year for the past four years for maintenance and operations, with more added in “discretionary funds.”

Optum appeared unable to figure out the glitch. “It is hard to find root cause of issue,” wrote Yogi Singh, service delivery manager for Optum on Dec. 10. Optum representatives referred comments on the issues to the state.

By Dec. 14, Grant Steffens, IT manager for the department, raised the alarm. “I’m concerned on the growing number of these reports,” he wrote in an email to Optum.

The company halted the creation of new accounts on Dec, 14, and shut down the site entirely on Dec, 22 to install a temporary fix. “It’s a very complex interplay of many many pieces of software on the back end,” said Darin Prail, agency director of digital services. The complexity made it challenging to identify the problem, and to fix it without introducing any new issues, he said.

In spite of the fixes, a caller reported a similar incident on Jan. 13.

On Feb. 8, a mother logged in to find that she could see her daughter’s information. When she logged into her daughter’s account, the insurance information had been replaced by her own.

“Very weird,” the mother wrote in an emailed complaint.

Optum completed a permanent fix on Feb. 17, according to Prail. Vermont Health Connect has not had a problem since, he said.

Prail said the state had reported the issues to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services as required, and had undergone a regular audit in February that had no findings. The state “persistently pressured Optum to determine the root cause and correct the issue expeditiously but at the same time, cautiously, so as to not introduce additional issues/problems,” he wrote in an email to VTDigger.

“We take reported issues like this very seriously,” he said.

A history of glitches

The state’s health exchange has been replete with problems, including significant security issues and privacy violations, since it was built in 2012 at a cost of $200 million.

The state fired its first contractor, CGI Technology Systems, in 2014. A subcontractor, Exeter, went out of business in 2015. Optum took over for CGI, and continued to provide maintenance and tech support for the system.

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Don Turner, right, then the House minority leader, speaks in 2016 about the need to fix the state’s glitch-ridden Vermont Health Connect website. With him are Phil Scott, left, then the lieutenant governor, and Sen. Joe Benning. Photo by Erin Mansfield/VTDigger

In 2018, when Vermont Health Connect was less than 6 years old, a report dubbed the exchange outdated and “obsolete.”

Officials reported similar privacy breaches in 2013, when Vermonters saw other people’s information.

An auditor’s report in 2016 found a slew of cybersecurity flaws, and officials raised concerns again during a  2018 email breach.

It wasn’t the first time that Vermont Health Connect users had been able to view other people’s personal information. Three times since October 2019, individuals had logged in to see another individual’s insurance documents. Prail attributed those incidents to human error, not to system glitch; a staff member uploaded documents to the wrong site, he said.

In spite of the issues, Prail said he and other state officials have been happy with Optum. After years of technical challenges with Vermont Health Connect, “Optum has really picked up the ball and improved it and been running it pretty well,” he said.

Glitches are inevitable, he added, and Optum has addressed them quickly. “They took a really difficult-to-manage site and made it work pretty well,” he said. “Optum is generally quite responsive to any issues we have.”

“I find any privacy breach to be concerning,” said Scott Carbee, chief information security officer for the state. He noted that the state uses “hundreds of software systems.” “While the scope of the breaches can be mitigated, true prevention is a difficult task,” he wrote in an email to VTDigger.

Optum spokesperson Gwen Moore Holliday referred comments to the state, but said the company was “honored” to work with Vermont Health Connect “to support the health care needs of Vermont residents.”

Prail said the Agency of Human Services had no plans to halt its contract with the company. “I don’t have a complaint about Optum,” he said. “They took a really difficult-to-manage site and made it work pretty well.”

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Katie Jickling

About Katie

Katie Jickling covers health care for VTDigger. She previously reported on Burlington city politics for Seven Days. She has freelanced and interned for half a dozen news organizations, including Vermont Public Radio, the Valley News, Northern Woodlands, Eating Well magazine and the Herald of Randolph. She is a graduate of Hamilton College and a native of Brookfield.