Bastille: Cellular & RF-Based Threat Detection

Chris Risley (CEO at Bastille), who develops radio and cellular frequency-based threat identification, location, and alerting, joins Enterprise Radio.

Pay attention to host Eric Dye & guest Chris Risley discuss the following:

  1. Bastille: Who are you and what can you tell us about your products?
  2. Do you want to discuss radio frequency (RF), threats that can have an impact on your organization?
  3. How can Bastille counter the evolving cyber threat?
  4. A few months ago, the iPhones of U.S. Embassy employees in Uganda were recently hacked using spyware developed by Israel’s NSO Group, can you let our viewers know what’s very alarming about this spy story and how the phones were compromised?
  5. Here are some top practices for corporations to consider and implement in order to enhance their security and protect employees and their company IP.
  6. What is one takeaway that you’d like to leave with our listeners tuning in today?

Chris RisleyHe has more than 25 years experience in software business. His venture-backed startup startups have resulted in six IPOs and nine sales to public companies. Risley most recently served as CEO at Defense.Net. F5 Networks purchased it. Chris was previously Chairman of StreamBase which was purchased by TIBCO. Risley also served as the CEO of Digital Reef, which was sold to TIBCO in 2012. Risley previously served as CEO of Nominum, Inc., which was acquired by Akamai. Risley’s background also includes service as CEO of NewChannel, an eBusiness service provider sold to LivePerson, and as Chairman and CEO of ON Technology Corp., a network security software provider acquired by Symantec.


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