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.
We can make many voice frauds impossible with a simple ‘handshake’ check between the A and B-party operators.
Calls received by 66,606 phone lines over 11 months showed that voice spammers are unsophisticated but persistent.
Several clues in the FCC’s latest report hint at the perverse logic behind STIR/SHAKEN.
The fundamental economics of crime remain the same, whether the vehicle is an international email or an international voice call.
Secret SIMs, also known as white SIMs or Russian SIMs, are marketed as if they can never be tracked or monitored by the police.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai blasted the robocallers, who are also being sued by the Texas Attorney General.
The IP network of every US telco must follow the protocol for authenticating caller IDs by 30th June 2021. There are estimates that some telcos will incur up-front costs of over $10mn.