Stopping Robocalling: Carrier Strategies for FCC Regulatory Compliance, Call Authentication, and Preventing CLI Spoofing

The FCC Robocall order, issued in 2020, affects all US domestic voice traffic as well as foreign generated voice traffic with calling identity belonging to portions of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP).

The goal of this is to combat robocalling by being able to identify the real source of illegal traffic thanks to call authentication technologies. For international carriers, this requires action.

Join us for our upcoming webinar, where we will be sharing our challenges and experiences so far with complying to the FCC regulations, as well as discussing CLI spoofing on a wider scale.

With participation from Tier 1 carriers across the globe including AT&T, Tata Communications, PCCW Global, Sparkle, Orange, BTS and more, we invite you to collaborate and learn more about what’s going on, what other industry players are doing, and what needs to be done next.

When

Thursday 14th October at 3pm-4pm CET.

Where

Zoom link to be provided.

Who

International Tier 1 carriers including AT&T, Tata Communications, PCCW Global, Sparkle, Orange, BTS and more, as well as regulatory advisors.

What

A collaborative, informative session with panel discussions to gain insights and share experiences about the FCC regulations and CLI spoofing.

The telecoms industry can no longer be passive when it comes to robocalling. Robocalling can be complicated to detect, prevent and mitigate, so collaboration and innovation is crucial.

If you’re interested in registering for the webinar, please fill out the form below.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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