← Back to Episode Library
Tuesday Talks Podcast Logo
Tuesday Talks with Numeracle
A series to shed light and bring truth to emerging topics in the communications industry. From call delivery, to STIR/SHAKEN, caller ID technology, the TRACED Act, brand identity, and so much more.

Hosted by Rebekah Johnson, Founder & CEO, and Anis Jaffer, Chief Product Officer, with cameos by special guest hosts throughout the weeks.

Every other Tuesday at 3:00 - 3:30 pm EST

Join us on the live airing of Season Two, starting next year! In the meantime, enjoy the episodes from Season One

The Robocall Mitigation Database

Understanding the Requirements and Deadline
Listen to Tuesday Talks on SoundCloud
Watch Tuesday Talks on Youtube
June 15, 2021
With the upcoming June 30th STIR/SHAKEN Deadline right around the corner, we set up a heavy-hitting episode of #TuesdayTalks that featured guest speaker, Kevin Rupy of Wiley Rein LLP, who join Rebekah Johnson in a conversation on the FCC's filing requirements and deadline of the Robocall Mitigation Database. Make sure you've got the facts before the deadline arrives. ‍
Mentioned Content

- Robocall Mitigation Database (RMD) & Plans

- The FCC and The TRACED Act

- STIR/SHAKEN Authentication Framework & Implementation

- June 30th, 2021 Deadline

- Attestation Levels A, B, C

- Service Providers & Call Origination

About Kevin Rupy

Kevin Rupy is a nationally recognized authority on key issues affecting the telecom industry, particularly those relating to legal and illegal robocalls. Prior to his arrival at the firm, Kevin was Vice President of Law & Policy at USTelecom where he represented Fortune 500 companies in the wireline broadband marketplace. In that role, he frequently served as a liaison between association members and government agencies, and Congress. During his tenure at USTelecom, Kevin established and led the Industry Traceback Group, which is now the FCC’s officially designated Traceback Consortium. He advises robocall analytics providers, voice service providers, and enterprise callers on FCC regulations and proceedings resulting from the passage of the TRACED Act.  

It starts with an insight
Ready to take control of how your calls and messages are presented to consumers?