WEBINAR: Get Ready for the STIR/SHAKEN Call Authentication Mandate

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Get Ready for the STIR/SHAKEN Call Authentication Mandate

February 27
2:00 p.m. ET

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About the Webinar  

This one-hour session gives audience members a brief overview of STIR/SHAKEN, an opportunity to explore the mandate from the recently enacted Pallone-Thune TRACED Act, and tips on how to handle issues that NTCA members might face with compliance.

Presenters

Jim Dalton, founder and chief executive officer of TransNexus, started his career with BellSouth in 1988 as a senior manager for budgeting and planning. In 1997, he founded TransNexus for developing routing, accounting and security software for the emerging voice over IP industry. Since 1997, Dalton has guided TransNexus to be a leading provider of software for least cost routing, toll fraud control and now SHAKEN.

Alec Fenichel, senior software architect is a graduate of Georgia Tech where he obtained a double major in computer science and mechanical engineer. He began developing software in 2007 and leads the design and operations of TransNexus’s cloud-based service platform–ClearIP®. He has extensive experience with SIP networking and public key infrastructure services.

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Technical Support

The audio portion of the webcast will be available through your computer’s speakers. Please ensure your computer speakers are turned on and the volume meets your listening specifications prior to the start of the event. If you are experiencing technical difficulties, call WebEx technical support at (866) 229-3239, option 3.

Questions

For more information, contact us at (703) 351-2118.

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