Robocalls are a scourge, sending billions of calls to those who do not want to receive them. The FCC has directed providers to implement techniques that will help to block these unwanted robocalls.
Did you know that every service provider that serves end users must certify they have implemented either a Robocall Mitigation Program or STIR/SHAKEN in their network? Certification must be submitted to the new FCC database by June 30, 2021. Will you be ready?
The SIP School
has added STIR/SHAKEN training to its SSCA® SIP certification program in order to get people educated on the illegal robocalling problem, as well as the industry efforts to combat the problem. The STIR/SHAKEN training has been made an integral part of the SSCA® SIP certification program as STIR/SHAKEN depends on a SIP based network to be effective.
“There are a lot of resources for STIR/SHAKEN on the web but we wanted to bring it all together in one place for people to not only understand how it all works but what they need to focus on to get their calls verified," said Graham Francis of The SIP School. "Integrating this training into the SSCA® SIP program means students will also get to understand all the technologies behind STIR/SHAKEN thus making them even more proficient in this initiative."
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