Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN)
Delivering validated and verified open-source intelligence on all aspects of proliferation, Janes enables you monitor the global CBRN situation. Analyse strategic military CBRN capabilities, review CBRN history, production, and policy developments and analyse the movement and use of illicit CBRN material. Satellite imagery analysis focusing on developments at declared and suspected CBRN facilities provide both context and additional depth of insight.
Verified and validated data and insight that increases your situational awareness and supports your threat assessments
Janes delivers a country-by-country analysis of offensive and defensive capabilities including:
Ballistic missile defence capability.
Transparency and verification.
Equipment and technology data
Janes delivers insight into the technical specifications and capabilities of protective equipment, plus detection, monitoring, and decontamination systems.
An assessment of North Korea's nuclear capabilities
Janes delivers a comprehensive listing of more than 1,600 nuclear fuel-cycle related sites. Combining information on IAEA-declared civilian nuclear facilities, including power reactors and fuel-cycle related activities, with information on undeclared nuclear facilities for countries across the world. Key attributes including country, installation type, status (active/inactive), scale, and facility type are provided to deliver a more holistic view of the site’s capabilities and function.
News and analysis that increases your understanding of the global threat environment
From tactical briefs to strategic insight, Janes news and analysis helps you see the bigger picture. Janes international security news and analysis tells you what’s happening and provides the geopolitical, technological, and economic context necessary to understand the threats posed by both state and non-state actors.
An unsettled world of shifting and evolving social, political, and economic environments is giving rise to new actual and potential threats that security organisations must detect, understand, and counter.