Arlington, Va., June 10, 2020 - Numeracle™, the pioneer of call blocking and labeling visibility in the calling ecosystem, and NetNumber spoke with Consumer and Governmental Bureau staff on June 8, 2020, to discuss how service providers will comply with the TRACED Act’s authenticate caller ID requirement.
In review of STIR/SHAKEN attestation levels, Numeracle and NetNumber compared two proposed solutions for elevating signing to A-Level attestations for enterprises through the delegated certificate and central telephone number database from the ATIS SIP Forum IPNNI Joint Task Force’s study of full attestation alternatives for enterprises.
Follow this link to read the full text of the Ex Parte Filing: Numeracle and NetNumber Ex Parte Meet with the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau.
On the same subject, Numeracle and NetNumber also met with legal advisor to Commissioner O’Rielly on June 4, 2020, representatives from the Wireline Competition Bureau and Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau on June 9, 2020, and representation from Commissioner Rosenworcel’s office on June 10, 2020. In these meetings, Numeracle and NetNumber asked the FCC to encourage rigorous policies for voice service providers to obtain reliable, traceable, and secure enterprise vetted data for signing with A-Level attestation.
To read the full text of the Ex Parte Filings, refer to the following links: