SHAKEN/STIR is a technology for signed caller ID intended to reduce nuisance calling and improve the reliability of the telephone network.
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Regulations for Privacy, Call Routing, and Robocalling (USA)
Managers and Engineers need to understand the legal requirements for Voice Telecommunication. Get up-to-date expertise on regulations related to privacy, confidentiality, and nuisance calling including SHAKEN/STIR, CPNI, HIPAA, CCPA, and CALEA. Expert guidance for leaders and technicians, plus live Q&A with an attorney. This course is offered in collaboration with Law Firm Marashlian and Donahue, the CommLaw group. Graded Exams. Certificate Provided. 1 week / 2 class sessions / 4 PDH.
The Checklist: 9 Tests for Your SHAKEN Deployment (at SIP Forum / SIPNOC 2020)
In the rush to deploy SHAKEN for legal requirements, it can be easy to focus on success modes only, where you look only at what's working instead of what's possible. This is encouraged when you are asked "When will we be compliant?" with the new laws and regulations. How do you avoid short-circuiting the true legal requirement of SHAKEN, as well as the obligations to society to improve the trustworthiness of the telephone network? This presentation will equip you with a straightforward checklist of nine key tests that every SHAKEN deployment must pass. Voice Service Providers can use this checklist to evaluate deployments and set goals for SHAKEN operation. UCaaS / Hosted PBX Scenarios Advanced Find-Me-Follow-Me Scenarios Calling through IP-NNI / PSTN Termination vendors that add attestation for you Asymmetric Routing Scenarios Intra-service-provider Scenarios - when calls do not leave your own network SIP Trunking Scenarios Call Forwarding Scenarios Privacy and Caller ID Override Scenarios Analysis, Display, and Nuisance calling mitigation Presented by Mark Lindsey, SMTS and Vice President Engineering, at ECG Register for ALL of the SIPNOC 2020 webinars today!