Reminder: CPNI Certification due March 1, 2023

The due date for submitting your Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) certification is fast approaching. The FCC’s Enforcement Bureau issued a public notice reminding all telecommunications carriers and Interconnected VoIP Providers to file their annual CPNI certifications by March 1, 2023. The Enforcement Bureau emphasized, “failure to file a timely and complete certification calls into question whether a company has complied with the rules requiring it to protect the privacy and security of customers’ sensitive information.”

The CommLaw Group Can Help
If your company is unfamiliar with the FCC’s CPNI Rules and the obligation to file an annual certification documenting compliance with those rules, we invite you to download our comprehensive CPNI Compliance Manual, available here. The CPNI Manual is an easy-to-use guide to understanding the FCC’s complex CPNI regulations. The Manual outlines the steps a service provider must take and processes it must implement to remain compliant with the FCC’s CPNI regulations year after year.

To assist clients and interested parties seeking to understand the FCC’s CPNI regulations and their companies’ obligations, The CommLaw Group is making its comprehensive CPNI Compliance Manual (valued at $100) available for FREE to those downloading a copy prior to March 1, 2023. Simply visit the Resources page on our website, click Guides & Manuals, locate the CPNI Compliance Guide and enter Code “CPNI2023” at checkout.

If you need assistance or have further questions, contact the attorney assigned to your account or directly contact a member of The CommLaw Group’s Information, Privacy, Data Security, and Consumer Protection practice group: Linda McReynolds, CIPP/US, at or 703-714-1318.



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