Solutions and Use Cases
Organizations are deploying Bastille to protect their most valuable assets. Bastille’s ability to SENSE, IDENTIFY and LOCALIZE threats makes it valuable for a range of use cases across the enterprise.
C-Suite Offices and Meeting Rooms
The C-Suite has the most access to valuable information about strategy, financial results, customers, partners, employees, and intellectual property. In particular, executive boardrooms and meeting areas hold and publish very sensitive information in both oral and written format. Whether you are a Fortune 500 corporation or a mid-sized business, keeping the C-Suite protected is a top priority.
Many organizations are interested to understand employee behavior and what types of devices are entering their offices and campuses. Large organizations with sensitive data want to know the movements of devices in their environment in order to get a holistic view of all the activity in the radio frequency spectrum within their combined premises.
Call Centers deal with very sensitive customer data such as personally identifiable information including social security numbers, bank financial records such as credit card details, and the like. The top priority is keeping that data protected. The attack vector that Call Centers are most vulnerable to are their employees and the devices that they bring along.
The Data Center contains the crown jewels for an organization. In addition to the IT equipment we think about, Data Centers are loaded with Industrial equipment (chillers, lighting, power and others) and are often frequented by contractors. Many vectors expose a Data Center to risk, and as a result, Data Center security has long been the recipient of significant budget and attention from both physical and cyber security organizations.
Data Centers have the highest physical security for any organization, often employing mantraps, biometrics, and expanded video coverage. On the cyber side, large budgets are deployed for endpoint security and intrusion prevention for the wired infrastructure. However, there is an attack vector capable of penetrating Data Center walls and bypassing the firewalls, namely radio frequency (RF) based attacks.