Call for Participation: Survey on digital transformation in the security industry

New Zealand Security Magazine - Update

Mark Junge
Mark Junge, Chief Executive at Gallagher Security. Image: Gallagher Security.

Gallagher Security is calling security professionals and users to add their voice to an industry-wide survey designed to capture a snapshot of what the company sees as a transformative period.

The research initiative seeks to gather global insights that will culminate in a comprehensive trends report.

“This project is rooted in one of our core values: the belief that sharing knowledge freely is a powerful catalyst for growth and progress,” said Mark Junge, Chief Executive at Gallagher Security.  

“Gallagher’s annual Security Industry Trends Report serves as an embodiment of those values. Our industry has been in transition these past few years, which always brings a degree of uncertainty that makes it difficult to plan ahead,” he said.

“Our goal with this survey and report is to hold a mirror up to our industry peers and provide a tool that helps us navigate the shifting landscape together.” 

The survey covers a range of topics, including: 

  • Organisations’ leading security goals 
  • Challenges impacting budgets and upgrades 
  • How organisations rank integrations and features 
  • Strategies around cybersecurity and compliance 
  • Plans for adopting Cloud solutions 
  • Organisations’ current stance on the use of AI 

According to Gallagher, the 2025 Security Industry Trends Report, which will be based on the data gathered from this survey, is intended to be a resource for all stakeholders in the global security industry to inform decision-making, strategic planning, and innovation.

Participation in the survey is anonymous, and is designed to take less than 10 minutes to complete.  

Take part in the survey here.  

The survey will remain open until June 30, and Gallagher encourages everyone to share it with colleagues and professional networks.


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