Nuisance Calls, Caller ID Spoofing, and STIR/SHAKEN FAQs for Canada

Meet the 30 November STIR/SHAKEN Deadline!

Nuisance calls are the number one source of fraud in Canada, and 40% of unwanted calls involve Caller ID spoofing. To combat this growing problem, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) mandated that all Telecommunications Service Providers (TSPs) in Canada implement STIR/SHAKEN in their IP-based networks by 30 November 2021.

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  1. Why are nuisance calls such a big problem in Canada?
  2. How is Canada addressing the issue of nuisance calls and Caller ID spoofing?
  3. What is STIR/SHAKEN?
  4. How does STIR/SHAKEN work?
  5. How does attestation work?
  6. What does the SHAKEN framework look like in Canada?
  7. What do TSPs in Canada need to do to get started with STIR/SHAKEN?
  8. With what organizations is Neustar collaborating to define international call authentication standards?
  9. What is the role of the Trust Lab and the ATIS Robocalling Testbed?

Learn more about Neustar’s STIR/SHAKEN and Certified Caller solutions.

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