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No reason to deny TSPs access to secure telephony identity certificates: CRTC

News | 08/05/2021 2:10 pm EDT
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The CRTC has determined that, unless a telecommunications service provider (TSP) cannot be trusted to maintain the integrity of the anti-call-spoofing protocol known as STIR/SHAKEN, there is no reason to deny TSPs, that do not have direct access to numbering resources, access to secure telephony identity (STI) certificates.

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