Bastille Networks Debuts Bastille Enterprise Cellular Intrusion Detection
March 06, 2020
Bastille Networks recently launched its new Bastille Enterprise Cellular Intrusion Detection. It was previously only available to its military and law enforcement.
Bastille Networks recently launched its new Bastille Enterprise Cellular Intrusion Detection. The solution, which can be used to locate cell phones using cellular signals and combat radio frequency threats, was previously only available to its military and law enforcement.
“Only in 2020 did Bastille finally receive FCC approval for its Civilian cellular sensor array,” said ceo of Bastille, Chris Risley, in a press release. “This allows Bastille for the first time to offer accurate Cellular Intrusion Detection to the Enterprise. Now corporations can have the RF security that the DoD and Intelligence Community rely on to protect the nation’s secrets.”
The company stated it provides corporations the ability to discover, locate, and mitigate radio borne threats to their assets, facilities, and networks. These threats arise from managed, unmanaged, and rogue wireless IoT and Cellular devices.
Bastille uses Software-Defined Radios (SDR) to observe radio space in facilities from 60MHz to 6 GHz. Over 70% of network-connected devices are connected through radio frequency (RF) and cellular.