Bastille Enterprise - Dashboard

Bastille Enterprise - Dashboard

Bastille provides full visibility into the Internet of Radios inside an enterprise’s corporate airspace. Through patented software-defined radio and machine learning technology, Bastille senses, identifies and localizes threats, providing security teams the ability to accurately quantify risk and mitigate airborne threats that could pose a danger to customer data and network infrastructure.

Bastille Datasheet

Bastille Datasheet

Bastille: Security for the Internet of Radios

Bastille is the first company to enable enterprise security teams to assess and mitigate the risk associated with the growing Internet of Radios. Bastille's patented software and security sensors bring visibility to devices emitting radio signals (Wi-Fi, cellular, wireless dongles and other IoT communications) from within your organization’s airspace.

Bastille Enterprise

Bastille’s technology scans the entire radio spectrum, identifying devices on frequencies from 60MHz to 6GHz. This data is then gathered and stored, and mapped so that you can understand what devices are transmitting data from your corporate airspace. This provides improved situational awareness of potential cyber threats and post-event forensic analysis.

Bastille Protects against Threats

The Bastille Research Team proactively monitors for new radio-borne threats. Their breakthrough research and discoveries such as MouseJack and KeySniffer help to keep not just Bastille clients, but the larger ecosystem safe. Each month, Bastille Research reports on the most prevalent and most pernicious attacks.

Bastille Service Versions

Bastille provides service versions which you can run for a week, a month or full time for continuous protection.  All solution options will provide:

  • Inventory: Show radio capable devices in the environment 
  • Insight: Detail the threat capabilities of those devices
  • Threat Scan: Alert on active threat

Learn more about Bastille Service Versions

Watch the Bastille Enterprise Launch Video

Bob Baxley, Chief Engineer at Bastille Networks discusses the launch of "Bastille Enterprise"