In another episode of Debt Collection 101, Rebekah joins the team at Arbeit to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic may impact TRACED Act roll-out, call authentication, call blocking and labeling, plus: positive changes to call delivery we may see may come out of all of this as the result.
In this episode of Debt Collection 101, we join Numeracle partner, Arbeit, to discuss how this new legislation will impact collection agencies. There are a lot of moving pieces, but it's the perfect time to build awareness within your organization re: call authentication, and more!
In this episode of Debt Collection 101, we join Numeracle partner, Arbeit, to discuss how the FCC's new regulations impact your outbound dialing strategies. Molly Weis and Alex Villafranca discuss the default call blocking declaratory ruling, STIR/SHAKEN, and more.
Robocall, robocall, robocall... it's the new 8-letter word, which makes it twice as bad as a 4-letter word! In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle's Rebekah Johnson reviews the many statistics and projections published on the subject of the ever-increasing volume of "unwanted" robocalls.
In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle's Rebekah Johnson talks 'trust across communications lines,' namely, those handy voice assistant bots popping up in all of our homes, connected to our devices, helping us ask questions, play music, set reminders... all while listening to us all day long.
In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle's Rebekah Johnson asks: "why does the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act seem to focus on making things more difficult for good actors who communicate with patients, members, subscribers, customers and those in need of emergency services?!"
In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle's Rebekah Johnson goes into detail on "device analytics:" the technologies running on our devices that help let us know if an incoming call is a fraud, scam or a wanted call from an individual or an enterprise we know and trust.
In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle’s Rebekah Johnson takes a consumer perspective on STIR/SHAKEN to describe call delivery end-to-end. When illegal calls are originated in a world post-STIR/SHAKEN, the FCC will have a lead on who to go after through trace-backs.
In this episode of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle’s Rebekah Johnson explains the TRACED (Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence) Act. Introduced by U.S. Sens. John Thune and Ed Markey, this legislation calls for voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN within a set timeline.
Drinks with James Bond or protocols to eliminate illegally spoofed robocalls? In this edition of Bekah Speaks, Numeracle's Rebekah Johnson breaks down the meaning behind STIR/SHAKEN and sheds light on how this technology will be used to identify and stop illegal robocall scams.
The FCC has been busy checking items off the holiday wish list of the U.S. consumer… this includes two recent actions to curb the volume of robocalls and robotexts. Numeracle’s Rebekah Johnson explains what these actions mean for the industry in this episode of #BekahSpeaks.
In this episode of #BekahSpeaks, Numeracle Founder and CEO, Rebekah Johnson, recaps highlights from last week's SIPNOC 2018 Forum (sipforum.org), talks STIR/SHAKEN, and reminds the industry that in order to successfully preserve the use of the voice channel we cannot afford to get this wrong.
Meet Rebekah Johnson: Numeracle Founder and CEO, and industry expert on the challenges of robocall blocking and labeling. In our first video ever, Rebekah introduces our mission and vision resulting from her call to action to solve these complex challenges to return trust to the industry.