ABA, trade groups prompt FCC to need call authentication for non-IP networks

ABA on Monday signed up with the Credit Union National Association and other trade associations in sending a reply remark that restated their previous demand that the Federal Communications Commission need voice provider to execute a caller ID authentication service over non-IP networks.

Non-IP networks are thought to be a main methods by which bad stars unlawfully “spoof” the contact number utilized by banks and other genuine callers to put outgoing calls—that is, they trigger the call recipient’s caller ID to show the name of a genuine business rather of the name of the real caller, who is looking for to defraud the recipient.

The reply follows a preliminary remark led by ABA that made the exact same demand to the FCC. In the reply, the associations summed up other remarks that supported their contention that the shift from non-IP networks to IP networks will require time which companies must be needed to execute existing call authentication services on non-IP networks.


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