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Tackling Spammers & Spoof Via Caller ID Authentication

Secure and hassle-free communication is crucial in the world of business, especially as our markets reopen and more opportunities arise. Today there are more fake callers and spammers than ever, which can slow down or even damage your business- an issue that can only be resolved with careful caller ID authentication and new services such as STIR/SHAKEN.

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STIR/SHAKEN Solutions for Better Business Efficiency

Let STIR/SHAKEN, a framework designed specifically for tackling spammers and spoofs, help you breathe easier by letting your phone systems operate without constant spam, spoofing and fraudulent robo-call interruptions!

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STIR/SHAKEN Framework – Peek
Into a Secure Future

​STIR/SHAKEN represents the next era of safe and confident communication for all STIR/SHAKEN is a mandate issued by the FCC on April 20, 2021, to ensure robocall mitigation. The system uses digital certificates to identify spam callers and spoofers with the help of common public-key cryptography, checking every phone number calling you.


These certificates are stored and cataloged, flagging spam callers and blocking them for everyone. One Owl also offers ‘trusted numbers, a feature which includes acquiring a digital certificate from a certified, trusted telephone service provider. Illegal robocalls are considered to be a major reason for delays and inefficiencies in processes, be it toll-free messaging or other messaging services. One Owl is here to help you ensure compliance with the STIR/SHAKEN mandate, helping you and your employees enjoy safe, seamless, and confident solutions in the process.


It is important to note that STIR represents a workgroup in Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the internet standard body that developed the protocols for this framework. On the other hand, SHAKEN represents the standards that need to be met for deploying the STIR framework.

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