TransNexus STIR/SHAKEN presentation at CFCA
ATLANTA, Georgia, June 3, 2019 — TransNexus today announced that Alec Fenichel, TransNexus software engineer, will present a session at the CFCA Annual Meeting & Educational Event, Restoring Trust in the Telephone Network—A Tutorial on SHAKEN. This tutorial will provide an overview of STIR/SHAKEN and demonstrate how its capabilities will benefit call analytics and telecom fraud prevention.
CFCA (Communications Fraud Control Association)
Annual Meeting & Educational Event
June 11–13, 2019
Restoring Trust in the Telephone Network—A Tutorial on SHAKEN
Wednesday, June 12, 4:30pm–5:15pm
“Working with our customers on STIR/SHAKEN deployments, we’ve found that caller ID authentication and verification have additional benefits beyond spam robocall identification,” said Alec Fenichel, TransNexus software engineer. “I look forward to sharing information about how SHAKEN can also be used in call analytics and telecom fraud prevention, which is a primary goal for CFCA members.”
- Why SHAKEN?
- SHAKEN overview
- How SHAKEN makes call trace back quick and easy
- How SHAKEN impacts call analytics
- SHAKEN impact on telecom fraud prevention
- Current deployment status
About the CFCA
The Communication Fraud Control Association promotes cooperation within and outside of the communications industry to improve protection and efficiency in fraud identification, prevention and control. For more information, visit www.cfca.org.
TransNexus STIR/SHAKEN solutions
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