Bastille and CIS Mobile: Enabling the Safe Use of Cell phones in Secure Facilities

Learn how to use Bastille with CIS Mobile altOS to enable employees to safely enter secure facilities with cell phones.

Dr. Bob Baxley, CTO, Bastille and Simon Hartley, CIS Mobile will discuss DoD and Federal Government use cases.


CIS’s altOS Secure Mode solution locks cell phone communications abilities in secure facilities when they are entered into the system. Bastille, which can detect cell phones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and IoT signals, verifies that the phone is not actively transmitting in any of those modes.

Who Should Attend:

Heads of Security and Mobile Security

Physical Security

What You Will Learn:

How to safely enable cell phones into your secure environments

How to verify that phones are not in use

How to integrate Bastille with CIS Mobile


Dr. Bob Baxley, CTO and co-founder, Bastille. Prior to Bastille, Bob was the Director of the Software Defined Radio Lab at Georgia Tech, where he led basic and applied research projects for organizations including NSF, ONR, Army, DoD, Air Force and DARPA.

Simon Hartley is a Sales and Marketing Executive, formerly with Kaprica Security and RunSafe Security, now leading US Sales CIS Mobile). He is a Certified Ethical Hacker, CIPP, and CISM.

CIS Mobile offers altOS, a secure Android platform for mission-centered and classified government deployments that need exceptional device control, security, isolation, and user anonymity on off-the-shelf smartphones.


During the Webinar see demos of Bastille integrated with the CIS Mobile Solution.


May 27, 2021 02:00 PM EDT

Register Now