Wednesday, August 30, 11:00am - 12:00pm (EDT)
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Consumers in some countries are inundated with scam and spam calls from overseas, many of which are spoofed to appear domestic in origin. The lack of integrity surrounding the apparent A-number of a call also means carriers get hit with refiling frauds. However, there is almost no international cooperation on how to tackle this phenomenon, and technologies which promised to validate calls across borders have delivered woeful results on the few occasions they have been tried. This is a problem for all telcos, but international carriers are especially concerned about the dangers of having to satisfy many contradictory rules and regulations from the different countries they serve. Philippe Millet, Chair of the i3forum and previously a long-serving executive at Orange Group, joins us to talk about the launch of One Consortium, a new initiative that seeks to bring carriers and regulators together so they can agree a common roadmap for call validation.
Topical news items will also be debated by the show's three regular presenters, industry analyst Ed Finegold, senior risk executive Lee Scargall, and the Editor of Commsrisk, Eric Priezkalns.
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