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.
Download the eBook to learn:
- Why are nuisance calls such a big problem in Canada?
- How is Canada addressing the issue of nuisance calls and Caller ID spoofing?
- What is STIR/SHAKEN?
- How does STIR/SHAKEN work?
- How does attestation work?
- What does the SHAKEN framework look like in Canada?
- What do TSPs in Canada need to do to get started with STIR/SHAKEN?
- With what organizations is Neustar collaborating to define international call authentication standards?
- What is the role of the Trust Lab and the ATIS Robocalling Testbed?
Learn more about Neustar’s STIR/SHAKEN and Certified Caller solutions.