How to Comply With the FCC Robocall Mitigation Database
While carriers were gearing up to meet the June 30, 2021 STIR/SHAKEN compliance deadline, the FCC announced in April 2021 that all voice service providers were also required to file certifications to the Robocall Mitigation Database (RMDB) that include detailed information regarding their implementation of the STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication framework and/or a robocall mitigation program.
The consequences for non-compliance are severe: as of September 28, all intermediate providers and terminating voice service providers are prohibited from accepting traffic from carriers not listed in the RMDB.
Given the large number of voice service providers in the US, the challenge for carriers will be implementing measures to comply with this new requirement.
In this on-demand webinar (you can watch the video and download the slides), industry experts will address the following:
- What are the latest regulations? Whom do they apply to?
- How will carriers determine who is in the RMDB and block inbound calls when appropriate?
- What are industry best practices?
- What’s next?
- Kevin Rupy, Attorney at Law, Partner in the Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) Practice, Wiley Rein LLP
- Julien Nordstrand, Senior Director, Product Management, Neustar
- Bart Pesavento, Director, Product Marketing, Neustar