STIR (Secure Telephone Identity Revisited) / SHAKEN (Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs) is a framework designed to assign a certificate of authenticity to each phone call for use across the telecom network. These certificates will act as a digital signature of trust passed from carrier to carrier to improve traceable call delivery.
The FCC is leading the push for industry adoption of these standards to improve the ability to trace back to illegal call origination across all carriers. As of March 31, 2020, the FCC has mandated that both originating and terminating voice service providers implement the STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication framework in the IP portions of their networks by June 30, 2021. STIR/SHAKEN is also mandated by the TRACED Act.
Once implemented, STIR/SHAKEN should provide the identity of origination of calls into the network, operationally across all carriers. Secondary benefits could include the identification of verified calling identities through what is known as attestation.
Numeracle has joined together with NetNumber, STI Certification Authority (STI-CA) and leading provider of a comprehensive portfolio of STIR/SHAKEN solutions, to deliver Verified Caller Identity for STIR/SHAKEN, a joint solution to improve the delivery of legal enterprise calls through STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication and RCD (rich call data) display.
The joint Verified Caller Identity for STIR/SHAKEN solution will be delivered through an extension of Numeracle’s Verified Identity™ and Entity Identity Management™ platforms to include NetNumber’s Guaranteed Caller™ Enterprise STIR/SHAKEN solution set. This solution enables legitimate enterprise calls to be displayed on the called party’s device as verified through STIR/SHAKEN. Follow us through the end-to-end call authentication journey calls will take below:
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The enterprise identity must be elevated to bridge the gap between the enterprise caller and the point of entry to STIR/SHAKEN call authentication.Read Full Blog Post
A long-time advocate for the delivery of wanted, critical, and legitimate calls, and an active member of the ATIS IP-NNI Task Force (co-author of the SHAKEN standard), Rebekah joins this webinar ready to share her expertise on what call centers need to do to prepare for STIR/SHAKEN. Separating fact from fiction, this session will raise awareness around requirements, progress, expectations, and more. Read Full Article