Effective STIR/SHAKEN and robocall solutions
A comprehensive approach to spam robocall prevention
ATLANTA, Georgia, May 29, 2019 — TransNexus today announced that they will present a webinar, Effective STIR/SHAKEN and Robocall Solutions that Work Today, on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm EDT. This one-hour session will give telecom service providers practical advice to make their STIR/SHAKEN and robocall prevention deployment deliver effective results today.Register today
“STIR/SHAKEN is an important tool for spam robocall prevention,” said Jim Dalton, CEO of TransNexus. “But caller ID authentication becomes truly powerful when combined with other robocall prevention methods. With this webinar, we want to show you how this can work.”
- Network and technical issues
- Out-of-Band STIR
- Delegated certificates and LEMoN TWIST
- Robocall prevention
- Calling number reputation service
- Invalid or unallocated calling number detection
- Neighbor spoofing prevention
- Dynamic traffic analysis
- CNAM integration
- Analytics and reporting
- Recent success stories
- Questions and answers
We invite you to register for this webinar today.
About STIR/SHAKEN and robocall prevention
An estimated 26.3 billion robocalls were made to mobile phones in the U.S. in 2018. Many of these unwanted calls are intended to defraud those who answer these calls. They typically use spoofed caller IDs to trick subscribers into answering the call.
STIR/SHAKEN won’t stop robocalls, but it can inform the called party whether the caller ID is authentic or spoofed.
When you combine caller ID authentication with complementary analytics and policy-driven controls, you have a powerful combination of services to help subscribers avoid unwanted spam robocalls, improve customer satisfaction and increase call completion rates.
- FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has called on U.S. voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN without delay.
- Many of the leading service providers have responded with announced plans to deploy STIR/SHAKEN in 2019.
- T-Mobile, AT&T, Comcast and Verizon have announced successful testing of STIR/SHAKEN within and sometimes between their networks.
- The TRACED Act, which mandates voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN in their internet protocol networks, has passed the U.S. Senate and is awaiting consideration in the House of Representatives.