Silobreaker helps security, business and intelligence professionals make sense of the overwhelming amount of data on the web.
Our engineering team is now looking for experienced Frontend Developers that can take our product to the next level – developing new features and visualisations for Silobreaker’s award-winning intelligence application. You will participate in planning and architecting a state-of-the art online user interface that is used 24/7 by numerous Fortune100/FTSE100 sized customers.
You will also have the opportunity to develop other skills, like backend, API development and DevOps – all depending on your own drive and focus.
Please submit your application here: LinkedIn
Silobreaker helps security, business and intelligence professionals make sense of the overwhelming amount of data on the web. Our technology combines analysis of unstructured data, interactive visualisations and machine learning to process millions of documents from hundreds of thousands of sources to serve up situation pictures about any topic.
Customers can monitor hacker groups, malware, data breaches and leaks, vulnerabilities, physical and reputational risks or any other kind of threat in news, blogs, feeds, and social media or in other internal or external data. Silobreaker users spend less time collecting and searching for data and more time on learning, discovering and making better-informed decisions.
The engineering team is located in homely premises on Götgatan, near Slussen in Stockholm. Some of the world’s largest companies and organisations rely on Silobreaker’s ability to deliver relevant Cyber Threat Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, Business Intelligence and Incident & Crisis Management Support.
Our team is highly skilled and experienced. All engineers at Silobreaker work closely with the product and have a big influence on its design. Everyone has great flexibility and very good opportunities to grow both architecture and development skills.
We’re an agile company, and pair/mob programming, unit testing, demos and retrospectives are all part of the work – helping both you and the team to evolve together and build software that works with as little technical debt as possible. You also will have frequent one-on-one meetings with your manager to help with your personal development and future with the company.