TRACED Act for Mid- and Small-Sized Carriers: How to be Compliant
Illegal robocalls continue to plague consumers and enterprises, and the industry has responded by developing and deploying new tools such as STIR/SHAKEN. Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have also acted by passing laws and regulations that give more authority to enforcement agencies and require service providers to implement new technologies.
Most Tier 1 Communications Service Providers (CSPs) have implemented STIR/SHAKEN, and the majority have also leveraged robocall mitigation solutions in their networks as a best practice.
But many small- to mid-sized carriers have held back from implementing STIR/SHAKEN due to the significant cost of upgrading their network infrastructure and related systems. Many of these carriers received an extension from the FCC to deploy STIR/SHAKEN and are obligated to take action by June 2021.
In this on-demand webinar, industry experts discuss the following:
- What are the latest market trends?
- What should mid- and small-sized carriers be doing to comply with latest regulations (TRACED Act, Second Report and Order, etc.)?
- What are the consequences of doing nothing?
- What does it mean to comply with traceback requests from the Industry Traceback Group?
- What are industry best practices?
Vice President, Policy & Advocacy, US Telecom
Manager, Policy & Advocacy, US Telecom
Senior Director, Product Management, Neustar
Director, Product Marketing, Neustar