Ensuring Integrity & Security
The implementation of the STIR/SHAKEN framework will allow Canadians to once again answer the phone without apprehension.
A Unified Voice
Bringing together collective agreement facilitates efficient and proactive approaches for implementing recommendations.
The CST-GA’s team has decades of proven leadership and support to the industry – negotiating, building consensus and providing expert business guidance.
How It Works
STIR (Secure Telephony Information Revisited) is a a technical standard that allows telecommunications service providers to certify the identity of callers. SHAKEN (Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs) is the framework for the implementation of STIR into providers’ networks. Simply put, STIR defines how you could implement the protocol, while SHAKEN documents how you will implement the protocol.
TSPs registered with the CRTC to provide voice services in Canada may participate either as a Shareholder or a non-Shareholder Participant.
Become a Certification Authority
Submit your Certificate Practice Statement (CPS) today and start the process to becoming an authorized Certification Authority.