TNS Robocall Report March 2019

The 2019 Robocall Investigation Report by TNS includes a vast amount of factual evidence derived from real network traffic over the last three years. The study is unique in that it offers an objective, first-hand view of robocalling, spamming and spoofing across the hundreds of carriers that signal across the TNS signaling and database routing infrastructure.

Inside the report you’ll find information on:

  • Results and Analysis
  • Reputation Category and Scoring
  • Scoring of Calls
  • Origination of Negatively Scored Calls
  • Day of Week
  • Invalid/Unallocated Number Use
  • Crowd-Source Statistics
  • Neighbor Spoofing
  • Canadian Results
  • Regulatory Updates

As well as details on industry solutions to help combat robocalling:

  • Hardware and Software
  • Blacklists and Whitelists
  • Landline Call Blockers
  • Crowd-sourcing
  • Do-Not-Originate
  • STIR/SHAKEN
  • Real-time Analytics
  • Enterprise Response to Analytics
    • The FCC wants the telecoms industry to help put an end to scam robocalls. TNS is here to help.

TNS Robocall Report March 2019

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