100 episodes

Janes delivers validated open-source defence intelligence across four core capability areas threat, equipment, defence industry and country that are aligned with workflows across the defence industry, national security and government.

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    • 4.6 • 27 Ratings

Janes delivers validated open-source defence intelligence across four core capability areas threat, equipment, defence industry and country that are aligned with workflows across the defence industry, national security and government.

    The value of OSINT for intelligence sharing

    The value of OSINT for intelligence sharing

    In this episode Harry Kemsley and Sean Corbett are joined by Phil Ritcheson Ph.D. to discuss why intelligence sharing is now more important than ever. They discuss the growing need for allied and partnership and how by using open sources facilitates more timely intelligence sharing. However, ensuring that the open sources can be trusted and are assured is critical to maintaining strategic advantage.

    • 50 min
    Using OSINT to support law enforcement

    Using OSINT to support law enforcement

    Ritu Gill, Intelligence Analyst, joins Harry and Sean to discuss the practical use of OSINT to support law enforcement. Ritu discusses it’s use in supporting risk assessments and classified or closed sources of intelligence. She also discusses the tools used to make the most of the open-source intelligence available to analysts.

    • 41 min
    Iran Israel analysis

    Iran Israel analysis

    In this podcast Janes analysts discuss the Iranian attacks on Israel on the 14 April. They highlight the military systems used by Iran and the performance and impact of these on Israel.

    They also discuss the implications of this attack going forward, potential avenues of Israeli retaliation and considerations for further escalations in global tensions.

    • 28 min
    A focus on Libya

    A focus on Libya

    In this podcast Janes senior analyst James Trigg, joins Harry Kemsley and Sean Corbett to discuss Libya. Historic civil and political unrest have made it a country of interest globally for decades. Whilst other conflicts and world events have forced countries to switch their focus, Libya remains a country which requires attention particularly for countries in Southern Europe and the Middle East.

    They discuss how open-source analysis can help plug the gap in understanding when attention is focused elsewhere and how using Janes tradecraft with a long-term view, provides a more balanced understanding of the stability, impact and influence Libya has in the region and beyond.  

    • 32 min
    China Taiwan relations

    China Taiwan relations

    In this podcast Janes analyst F Xavier Casals joins Harry Kemsley and Sean Corbett for a deep dive into China Taiwan relations. 

    Xavier explores how by using the political, military, economic, social, infrastructure, information (PMESII) framework we can gather structured analysis and more complete picture of China’s future intent.  

    • 34 min
    AI applications for OSINT in defence

    AI applications for OSINT in defence

     In this podcast Harry and Sean are joined by Dr Ingvild Bode to look at the application and challenges of AI use in weapons systems.
     
    Dr Ingvild Bode has spent the last year researching this subject for her most recent policy report, Loitering Munitions and Unpredictability: Autonomy in Weapon Systems and Challenges to Human Control, co-authored with Dr Tom Watts. During the podcast Harry, Sean and Dr Ingvild explore how AI is being used today to supplement or delegate not only motor skills but also cognitive skills. They also explore how AI plays a role in how decisions are made about specific aspects of the targeting process.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

The real Spanners ,

Insightful

Fascinating and has greatly informed my thinking today regarding open source intelligence and my team’s delivery of global climate management.

Phil20384739302 ,

Interesting but poor questioning!

Fascinating topics and great guests. Listening to one of the presenters ask a question over 3 or 4 minutes is almost unbearable!

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