In an effort to enhance telephony security and meet French government mandates, France-based B2B telecom service provider, Unyc, has chosen Ribbon Communications’ STIR/SHAKEN solution for its communications network.
Unyc Adopts Ribbon’s STIR/SHAKEN Solution
Ribbon Communications, a global provider of real-time communication technology and IP Optical networking solutions, announced that Unyc will be incorporating their STIR/SHAKEN solution into their service lineup. By implementing Ribbon’s proven solution, Unyc aims to protect its customers against telephony-based fraud while complying with governmental regulations and mandates.
Strengthening Business Communications Security
Adrien Gilbert, CTO at Unyc, stated that customers rely on Unyc for business-critical communications, and protecting them from fraud is essential for the company’s success. Ribbon’s STIR/SHAKEN solution, part of its comprehensive Ribbon Call Trust® portfolio, is designed to meet caller identity authentication, signing, verification, and certificate management requirements, providing a secure communications environment for Unyc’s customers.
Meeting Regulatory Requirements in France
French law requires that communications providers comply with the MAN (Mécanisme d’Authentification des Numéros) Project, which is spearheaded by the regulatory authority, ARCEP. Ribbon’s STIR/SHAKEN solution is designed to help companies like Unyc meet these regulatory mandates, ensuring that voice communications are secure and trustworthy. Christian Erbe, Ribbon’s Head of Europe Sales, expressed his delight in working with Unyc and supporting their commitment to providing secure communications for customers.
In summary, Unyc’s adoption of Ribbon Communications’ STIR/SHAKEN solution aims to enhance the security of its voice communications network, safeguard customers against fraud, and comply with French government mandates. This partnership demonstrates Unyc’s commitment to providing dependable and secure telecommunications services in an increasingly connected world.