Bob Baxley, CTO, Bastille

Bob Baxley, CTO, Bastille

Enforcing Device Policy with 24/7 Detection, Location, and Alerting

It’s a wireless world. Every agency has a Radio Frequency (RF) device policy. But policies without effective enforcement don’t work. Legitimate employees are carrying devices to accomplish the mission e.g. cell phones, wearables, smart watches, wireless cameras, tablets, hearing aids with BT or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Headsets.

Old “no devices anywhere” policies have stopped working. Security officers need to be able to exclude all wireless and cellular devices from some indoor spaces and allow authorized devices in other spaces. Or allow a device in until it misbehaves by connecting outside the secure space.

In this webinar we detail three customer use cases from Defense and Civilian Agencies including how they:

  • Enforce adaptable RF device policy

  • Geo-fence sensitive areas and alert if/when they are breached

  • Accurately locate known and unknown cell phones with or without Mobile Device Management (MDM)

  • Alert when approved devices violate policy

  • Detect and locate rogue devices

  • Integrate RF security solutions with their existing infrastructure (e.g. Splunk, Aruba, Cisco, AirWatch, PagerDuty)


  • Dr. Bob Baxley, Chief Engineer at Bastille and former Director of the Software Defined Radio Lab at Georgia Tech


  • George Seffers Director, Content Development and Executive Editor at SIGNAL Magazine.

PLUS See Demos of the Bastille system detecting Cell phones and Bluetooth devices.