STIR/SHAKEN is a protocol required by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and congressionally mandated programs that reduces robocalling by validating every ANI and uses the insertion of digital tokens into every outbound call. Every call producer with USA terminating traffic must use verified ANIs with digital tokens attached, ensuring calls reach their dialed destinations correctly.
Prescott-Martini, LLC is an authorized provider of both verified ANIs and digital tokens. We generate electronic tokens for call originators and token validation for call terminators. Tokens are generated and validated through a real-time national database.
This article will discuss how STIR/SHAKEN implementation can solve the issue of robocalling.
What Are STIR/SHAKEN Standards?
Voice Service Providers have been directed by the FCC to implement robust call authentication. STIR/SHAKEN standards create a secure framework to guarantee that each caller ID is accurate and verified.
- STIR: Secure Telephony Identity Revisited (STIR) is a set of technical standards developed by the Internet Engineering Task For