US firms control the global governance of STIR/SHAKEN. We should pursue a UK alternative that prioritizes the public good over profits.
ComReg has recommended a series of common sense methods to stop scam calls and texts. Other regulators should copy it.
Three of the world’s leading experts offered contrasting explanations of how to reduce unwanted and illegal robocalls.
US supporters of a one-size-fits-all approach to authenticating voice calls face the twin obstacles of German culture and trials of a rival technology by Deutsche Telekom.
We need groups like the Global Solutions Council to seek a working consensus on how to make international phone calls safe.
The government of China has every reason to disrupt US ambitions by copying and improving upon US plans for verifying CLIs globally.
No, Ofcom has not ordered widespread blocking of international calls. But risk managers should understand why the BBC said they had.