borwell is based in Worcestershire within the Midlands Engine of Great Britain, with good access to Europe and the rest of the world. The region attracts some of the UK’s most talented and skilled Defence, Cyber Security and Software professionals. Our team is here to create your world class solutions. Borwell deliver projects in the following capabilities and are yet to find a technology that we cannot work with.
Handling big data starts with processing, data reduction and data fusion before analysis can begin.
Software solutions are built for you as web apps, middleware and desktop applications.
As an expert Systems Integrator, the borwell team maximises value from COTS products and your legacy systems.
Improving efficiency and security in your supply chain provides opportunities to improve profitability.
The borwell team takes pride in listening to each customer's vision and needs
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Tailored to your business needs, agile teams create software solutions using the latest technologies and coding languages. They deliver the best possible solution for your business. A highly skilled agile team will work with your staff to understand your requirements. Using our extensive experience means we deliver you a world class solution, which will be secure by design. Our staff range from very creative to diligent analytical people. The main goal of the team is to automate your processes and workflows, normally moving your systems from paper and spreadsheets to a secure web application or mobile app.
Your solution will...
> Be tailored to your business needs
> support your day-to-day operations
> Be fully supported and maintained
We are always on the lookout to expand our talented team
Looking for a career in software engineering or cyber security? The borwell business is going from strength to strength. As a result we are advertising careers in software engineering and cyber security with several entry pathways. If you have the right attitude, aptitude, and potential, and can show your passion for technology and are interested in a career with borwell, then please look at our career page :-)
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In July 2018, Google was criticised for allowing employees from third-party apps to read emails if the app was integrated with a Gmail account. In the following month the Associated Press revealed that Google was tracking users’ locations regardless of whether they had turned off their phone location history settings. On Monday 8th October, Google
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A discovery on the 25th September revealed that 50 million accounts, including Mark Zuckerberg’s own account, had been compromised in an attack on Facebook. Attackers tricked the website into handing over digital keys to individual accounts. This attack affected accounts that were used to authorise logins on services like Instagram and Spotify. The exploit granted
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Microsoft has announced that they will be ceasing to provide security updates for Windows 7 by 2020. This decision was made to encourage people to move away from the Operating System to the new Windows 10 platform. Businesses will have to pay Microsoft for Windows 7 Security Updates by 2020. For businesses that cannot feasibly transition
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Álex Cruz, Chief Executive and Chairman of British Airways has described the recent data breach on ba.com and the mobile app as a “sophisticated, malicious criminal attack”. Although the breach was similar to the attack on Ticketmaster earlier this year, the criminals were able to access BA’s site directly rather than compromising a third-party system.
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In August, researchers found the third significant security flaw from Intel computer chips exploit this year which is known as the Foreshadow. The US government’s body for cyber security has identified the Foreshadow exploit to have vulnerabilities that could have been exploited to gain access to sensitive information. This is a similar vulnerability to the
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Up to 34,000 guests may have had their information stolen as a result of a phishing attack against Butlins. No financial details were compromised during the attack, but this information does consist of names, home addresses, holiday arrival dates, email addresses and telephone numbers. The cause of the data breach was solely down to a
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iOS Trustjacking is a new vulnerability which allows attackers to exploit the iTunes Wi-Fi sync feature. Designed to allow users to manage their iOS devices without requiring a physical connection to a computer, this feature can be manipulated by attackers to acquire persistent control over the victim’s device. So how does Trustjacking work? Firstly, the
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Reddit suffered a data breach between the 14th and 18th of June this year and have subsequently lost all Reddit data from 2007 and before, containing account credentials (username and hashed + salted password), email addresses and both public and private messages. More recent data includes email digests sent during the period of June 2018
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The Networks and Information Systems Directive, more commonly referred to as the NIS Directive, is a law that was introduced on 9th May this year. The purpose of this directive is to improve the security of businesses providing essential services such as energy, transport, banking and healthcare. NISD also applies to businesses providing critical digital
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Most of us are well acquainted with 4G by now. The wide use of this technology has been rapidly increasing from 2012 to present with a colossal jump from 1.2 million subscribers in 2010 to approximately 1.4 billion subscribers in 2018. 5G is the fifth generation of wireless networking standard we all use to stay
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