So, you’re registered in the FCC’s Robocall Mitigation Database (RMDB), and you documented what actions you’ve taken to implement STIR/SHAKEN and/or robocall mitigation. Now, the FCC says all intermediate providers and terminating voice service providers are prohibited from accepting traffic from carriers not listed in the RMDB as of September 28.
If you’re wondering how you are make that happen, you’re not alone. It will be challenging. If you’re receiving calls, you have to validate, in real-time, that the carrier that sent them the call is registered in the RMDB. But, the proper routing identifiers, such as the Operating Company Number (OCN) are not actually listed in the database.
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In addition to spoofed robocall scammers, STIR/SHAKEN also addresses fraudsters who use call spoofing to attack call centers. However, call centers must still contend with additional types of fraud that hinge on the identity of the caller and decide how much rigor to apply when authenticating callers.
Attestations serve as an important input to existing call analytics tools and incremental benefits, but they do not equate to a risk assessment of the person involved in the call. Inbound contact centers require more signals and analysis to determine caller treatment.
STIR/SHAKEN provides inbound contact centers with an additional data element to establish trust in callers: the phone number’s attestation level. Attestations provide a helpful signal for identifying good callers and determining treatment logic, but they do not substitute for an inbound caller authentication solution.
As STIR/SHAKEN improves detection of spoofed calls, fraudsters attacking inbound call centers will likely adopt other phone fraud tactics that do not rely on call spoofing. Learn how STIR/SHAKEN complements inbound caller authentication solutions that must assess all phone fraud threat vectors.
Get a recap of the SIP Forum STIR/SHAKEN Virtual Summit session to learn what our Jon Peterson, and other experts, think about international call authentication, and the risk of billions of international calls receiving unfavorable treatment until action is taken.
At the SIP Forum STIR/SHAKEN Virtual Summit, our Jonjie Sena and MaryBeth DeGeorgis chatted with Shaan Katyal, First Orion, and representatives from BCD customers, Medtronic and VA DOH about branded calling. In addition to increased answer rates, branded calling helps extend call duration, improve conversions and retention – and even improve NPS scores.
It's been years in the works, but the STIR/SHAKEN deadline is here. Get a recap of actions taken by regulators to address robocalls and what they mean for you.
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Quickly and easily deploy all components of STIR/SHAKEN to be fully compliant and up to date with the latest developments in call authentication.
Get a clear and accurate view of your entire TN inventory and a way to maintain accuracy to empower a foundation of truth for each telephone number accessed through STIR/SHAKEN.
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Identify unauthorized and suspicious use of phone numbers and detect trends and anomalies in calling patterns to block robocalls. Our solution complements STIR/SHAKEN call authentication.
Verify the entity, business purpose, intent of calls, and ownership of telephone numbers to accurately identify legitimate call originators for enterprises that may not be known to you.