The TRACED Act demands US telcos authenticate calls over IP and TDM networks, but the provisions for international enforcement and tackling wangiri fraud also raise questions for foreign telcos.
The all-IP future of telecoms risk is coming our way, even if some risk managers struggle to move towards it.
Jeffrey Ross, COO of GBSD Technologies, explains why he believes businesses must work together to defeat wangiri and other frauds.
T-Mobile US, Comcast and Inteliquent say they have achieved a global first by using a digital signature to validate the origin of a call routed across three networks.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has persuaded the bulk of US telephony providers to adopt eight principles for stopping nuisance robocalls.
The Federal Communications Commission voted to extend existing regulations so they can also pursue wrongdoers sending SMS messages or originating calls from outside the USA.
To prevent spoofing of caller IDs, the US needs competent organizations to issue digital certificates to telcos.
Andy Rawnsley of the NICC told RAG Bonn about the great work done to reduce nuisance calls in the UK, but European telcos and regulators need to be more proactive about CLI spoofing.