Crash Course: Get Up To Speed on E911 & STIR/SHAKEN Compliance

Whenever new regulations come into effect, confusion is sure to follow. With RAY BAUM’s Act deadlines closing in, many enterprises still need to solve for the dispatchable location requirements for both fixed and nomadic VoIP. At the same time, service providers need to comply with STIR/SHAKEN rules designed to reduce robocalling and illegal phone number spoofing.

Available:
Wed, Dec 02, 2020 11:00 AM PST / 02:00 PM EST
Duration:
1h 00min

Whether you’re an enterprise or a service provider supporting enterprise customers, Bandwidth’s experts will help you grapple with both of these complex and often misunderstood topics. You’ll gain insights into the solutions that can help you meet these challenges in 2021 and beyond. You’ll learn: 

  • How E911 regulations will impact your enterprise over the next 13 months
  • STIR/SHAKEN: what it is, what it isn’t, and who’s responsible for implementing it
  • Dynamic/nomadic E911 options that can help you meet RAY BAUM’s Act requirements (including Microsoft Teams, Zoom Phone, and more)
  • How the industry is responding to enterprises with legitimate spoofing use cases

Featured Speakers

  • Tricia McConnell
    Tricia McConnell
    Product Marketing Manager
    Bandwidth

    Tricia is a Product Marketing Manager for Bandwidth’s 911 solutions and STIR/SHAKEN deployment. She has more than twenty-five years of experience marketing technical solutions to telecom providers and enterprises. At Bandwidth, she focuses on helping organizations meet regulatory mandates through Bandwidth’s suite of voice and 911 offerings.

  • Thomas Ginter
    Thomas Ginter
    Sales Support Engineer
    Bandwidth

    Thomas is a Certified Professional Engineer and 911 industry veteran. His focus on emergency services began in 1995 where he chaired the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) working group on Emergency Services and was a contributing author to the resulting standards. He has been engaged in the design, development, and deployment of emergency services technologies supporting Cellular, 2G, 3G and 4G wireless mobile systems; for Voice over IP (VoIP) 911 systems; for Text-to-911 systems all on a national scale as well as state-wide systems for Next Generation 911. Thomas holds a dozen U.S. patents in the areas of emergency services, wireless location determination, financial fraud analytics and SIM card technology. His most recent patent, US 10,367,947 was issued in July 2019 and is titled “Techniques for Migrating Legacy 911 Systems to NG-911 Systems”.

  • Eric Krapf
    Eric Krapf
    GM & Program Co-Chair, Enterprise Connect
    Publisher, No Jitter

    Eric Krapf is General Manager and Program Co-Chair for Enterprise Connect, the leading conference/exhibition and online events brand in the enterprise communications industry. He has been Enterprise Connect’s Program Co-Chair for over a decade. He is also publisher of No Jitter, the Enterprise Connect community’s daily news and analysis website. Eric served as editor of No Jitter from its founding in 2007 until taking over as publisher in 2015. From 1996 to 2004, Eric was managing editor of Business Communications Review (BCR) magazine, and from 2004 to 2007, he was the magazine's editor. Before coming to BCR, he was managing editor and senior editor of America's Network magazine, covering the public telecommunications industry. Prior to working in high-tech journalism, he was a reporter and editor at newspapers in Connecticut and Texas.

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