The Cellusys-Kaleido signaling security survey contains many other statistics that will trouble risk managers and ordinary phone users.
Continued ‘technical and policy issues’ means the Canadian regulator has delayed the mandatory adoption of the new call authentication technology by a total of 32 months.
Comms providers adopted a code of conduct to detect, trace and block scam calls in late 2020.
The Canadian Chapter of the Internet Society is worried that anti-spoofing rules will create a ‘two-tier’ telecoms market.
Russian politician Alexei Navalny wanted to know how he was poisoned using the deadly Novichok nerve agent, so he simply called one of the team responsible.
American neo-Nazi Scott Rhodes spoofed the CLIs of 4,959 calls that promoted his website and beliefs.
Recent webinars from the SIP Forum revealed dangerously vague thinking about the consequences of adopting STIR/SHAKEN and using algorithms to block calls.
The CEO of the AB Handshake Corporation responds to inaccurate claims by a competitor to her anti-fraud solution.
The FCC issued the penalty to an Arizona business that made 2.3mn spoofed robocalls, but Commissioner Geoffrey Starks noted the poor record for collecting similar fines.
An expert in the governance of the STIR/SHAKEN anti-spoofing protocols responds to criticism of their cost and effectiveness.