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04. Using SIP to Defeat Robocalling

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04. Using SIP to Defeat Robocalling

Presented by Mark Lindsey, ECG.

When the phone rings, is it a human being or a robocall? The expensive PSTN once ensured calling was too expensive for practical robocalls, but the efficiencies of deregulation -- and VoIP -- have brought pre-recorded advertisements to every telephone.

While the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sponsored competitions to combat robocalling, the VoIP protocol standards are silent the subject. This talk will review the leading robocall-prevention methods with focus on using and extending the VoIP protocols to combat robocalling attacks.