Guaranteed Caller International

The Challenge

American consumers receive over 200K unwanted and/or fraudulent calls every minute, many using spoofed caller IDs to increase the likelihood that the called party will answer the call. Both the FCC in the USA, through the TRACED Act and the CRTC in Canada, have mandated service provider implementation of the STIR/SHAKEN set of standards as a solution to the widespread use of CLI spoofing in fraudulent calls.

For international carriers, it might be difficult to obtain A-level attestation because they are not part of the STIR/SHAKEN ecosystem in the United States or Canada. Their interconnect partner in the US or Canada often doesn’t have the knowledge of the CLI association with the international carrier’s subscriber to help with A-level attestation either.

The NetNumber Solution

Guaranteed Caller™ is NetNumber’s family of STIR/SHAKEN solutions, providing proactive and IETF/ATIS compliant CLI validation solutions for all common calling scenarios.

Guaranteed Caller™ International is using authorization delegated from the Service Provider level to sign and verify calls originating in a
service provider network outside the USA/Canada. Guaranteed Caller™ International provides global carriers with improved call answer rates while simultaneously providing an important competitive differentiator.

Key Features

IETF/ATIS Compliant
The Guaranteed Caller™ family is fully compliant with all relevant IETF/ATIS standards for STIR/SHAKEN.


FIPS 140-2 Level 1, Level 2 Compliant
All key-related elements of Guaranteed Caller™ are FIPS 140-2 Level 1 compliant. Level 2 compliance is an available option.


Fully Cloud Native, Containerized Implementation
Guaranteed Caller™ is fully cloud native and containerized, providing effectively unlimited capacity via a highly elastic dynamic scaling capability.

Benefits
  • Fully comply with FCC and CRTC mandates for STIR/SHAKEN
  • Increase customer satisfaction by ending fraudulent CLI spoofing
  • Minimize spend to implement STIR/SHAKEN in the network
  • Minimize network impact from STIR/SHAKEN compliance
  • Control CAPEX expenditure necessary to comply