VOL. 13, NO. 38
September 18, 2017

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Have All The INCOMPAS Show Info in Hand with the Mobile App
It's never too early to start planning for The INCOMPAS Show: Fall 2017 featuring the NEDAS Symposium, taking place October 15-17 in San Francisco.

Download The INCOMPAS Show mobile app from
iTunes or Google Play now, and:

  • View the attendee list 
  • Access the entire list of 2017 exhibitors, including company description, website and contact information
  • Search the full speaker lineup - sort by speakers' names to view their sessions and add to your schedule
  • Look up all show events, including dates, times and locations
  • Receive up-to-the-minute notifications regarding any show changes
  • Explore show venues, including the official INCOMPAS Show hotel and social event locations.
Features of the mobile app are available for registered attendees. Register today and gain access to this information and more. 
Take Advantage of Group Discounts to Bring Your Team
to The INCOMPAS Show 
Looking for a way to bring a group of your coworkers to San Francisco October 15-17 for The INCOMPAS Show so they can benefit from networking, sales and educational opportunities? We're making it easier - and less expensive - for teams to attend the show with discounted group pricing.

The INCOMPAS Show offers discounted rates if five or more people from a single company register. Group registration includes full conference registrations for each person, as well as single-day passes and reception-only passes, depending on the number of team members you register.

First-time exhibitor pricing reductions and other group perks are also available.

To receive discounted group pricing, register all employees at once and receive the discounts once you meet or exceed the five-person group level.

Questions? Email our registration team.
INCOMPAS Files Reply Comments in Robocall NOI
On September 13, INCOMPAS filed reply comments in the FCC's Notice of Inquiry on implementing authentication standards for telephone calls, including the protocols and multiphase framework developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and SIP Forum.

INCOMPAS voiced its support of the FCC's efforts to eliminate illegal robocalls and has encouraged the agency to examine trusted identity frameworks. "However," INCOMPAS noted, "despite the progress made by industry with respect to the SHAKEN/STIR framework, the record in this proceeding indicates that the model remains under development and has limitations that should preclude the Commission from mandating its adoption."

INCOMPAS concluded that "[c]aller authentication methods, like the SHAKEN/STIR framework, will be an important tool for providers looking to protect their customers from fraudulent robocalls. However, given the current limitations to these techniques and concerns that legitimate call traffic may not receive adequate attestation, the Commission should refrain from imposing new requirements mandating their implementation."