Stir/Shaken (See Important FCC Implementation Dates Below)
- Enterprise call generators that have been vetted for TCPA and TRACE compliance.
- Facilities-based call service providers.
- Non facilities-based service providers.
- Cloud-based switching platforms.
TCPA and TRACE Act compliance is the key – if a call generator is not in compliance with these, we cannot and will not provide Stir/Shaken services.
Three different levels of operating stir/shaken tokens will be issued, and inserted into the SIP header of each call:
Attestation A. Trusted company that originates and terminates calls on the same network.
Attestation B. Trusted company that originates calls on the vendor network, and then terminates the call on another last mile network. (In this case, we supply the originating ANIs for these calls.
Attestation C. 3rd party entities that originate calls off-network, come onto the vendor network, then pass the call on another last mile network. Nobody has any idea who the originators are, or what kind of traffic this is. This is the highly targeted traffic for Stir/Shaken identification as suspect calls.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR STIR/SHAKEN
- December 2020, carriers required to report to FCC their progress at turning up Stir/Shaken
- December 2020, FCC required to report to Congress on Stir/Shaken implementation progress
- June 30, 2021, all USA originating SIP calls required to have Stir/Shaken tokens
- September 28th, 2021, all carriers terminating into the USA are required to register with the FCC's Robocall Database.
- 2021, anticipate that LANDLINE carriers will be required to add Stir/Shaken service
- 2021, anticipate that PASS-THROUGH carriers, that do not originate calls, will be required to provide Stir/Shaken service
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