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Microsoft supports end-to-end encryption for all Microsoft Teams users
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(Pocket-lint) – Microsoft is deploying end-to-end encryption on Microsoft Teams for one-to-one calls.
The company has been testing adding encryption to Teams for some time since it was first announced in October. Now the option to enable it for individual calls is being rolled out and administrators will have the option to enable it.
This encryption means callers can be safe in the knowledge that their conversation is being kept away from prying eyes and ears. When this setting is enabled, the call is encrypted before being sent and decrypted only by the intended recipient. No one else has access to the call data or the decrypted conversation – not even Microsoft.
All real-time voice and video data is encrypted, but both parties must have enabled the end-to-end encryption setting.
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It should be noted that if end-to-end encryption is enabled, it will disable other generally available features. Features like recording, live captioning, forwarding calls, and adding more to the call will not work with end-to-end encryption.
Meanwhile, Microsoft would like to point out that the encryption in Microsoft 365 is there to protect your chats, shared files, and other content that would normally be in a call.
If enabled by your organization, you can find out how to enable end-to-end encryption here.
Written by Adrian Willings. Originally published on .