Thursday, 27 January 2022

DIDWW joins the spam fight with STIR/SHAKEN authentication

posted by DIDWW Ireland Limited
Wednesday 30 June 21

Spam and caller ID spoofing is a major problem facing telecom operators across the globe. Not only are these calls frustrating for those on the receiving end…

Spam and caller ID spoofing is a major problem facing telecom operators across the globe. Not only are these calls frustrating for those on the receiving end, but they can also be damaging to companies whose identity is spoofed. Communications provider, DIDWW, regularly leads the way with innovative telecom solutions, and now the global brand has announced it has implemented caller ID authentication through the STIR/SHAKEN set of standards.

These standards act as the framework for authentication of caller ID, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has stated that all originating and terminating voice service providers who operate in the US, must implement these standards by June 30th, 2021. For its part, DIDWW has taken all necessary steps to adopt these procedures in full.

Ligita Chochlova, Legal & Regulations Department Manager at DIDWW, added, “Robocalls and identity spoofing is a great threat to a modern telecommunications industry. At DIDWW, we strive to maximize the level of safety and security of our services, and we are pleased to confirm that the STIR/SHAKEN standards have been implemented successfully.”


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