CRTC CETD 2021-267, August 5, 2021 “The Commission determines that the denial of access to secure telephony certificates to all […]
The Role of Regulations and Technology Keynote: Thursday, November 19, 2020|10:10am-10:45am ET Click here to view Presentation
The Canadian Secure Token Governance Authority Inc. (CST-GA), in partnership with Neustar Information Services, Inc. (Neustar), has launched the Canadian-based infrastructure and website for eligible carriers to register and join CST-GA and to participate in the Secure Telephone Identity (STI) call authentication ecosystem using STIR/SHAKEN.
The new rules require voice service providers to either upgrade their non-IP networks to IP and implement STIR/SHAKEN, or work to develop a non-IP caller ID authentication solution. They also require intermediate providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN so that IP calls retain caller ID authentication throughout the call path. And the new rules prohibit carriers from adding a line item to the bills of consumers and small businesses for caller ID authentication technology.
The CRTC has extended its deadline for telecom providers to implement an anti-call-spoofing protocol known as STIR/SHAKEN by nine months, until June 30, 2021.
Ottawa, Ontario – July 29, 2020 – The Canadian Secure Token – Governance Authority Inc. (CST-GA) has selected Neustar Information Services, Inc. (Neustar) as its Secure Telephone Identity Policy Administrator (STI-PA) and Certification Authority (STI-CA).
The Federal Communications Commission adopted rules to further encourage phone companies to block illegal and unwanted robocalls before they reach consumers.
The Commission approves Bell Canada’s application to allow Bell Canada and its affiliates to block certain fraudulent and scam voice calls on a 90-day trial basis.
President Donald Trump signed the Pallone-Thune Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act into law on December 30. 2019.
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