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For a year now we have been waiting for the implementation of end-to-end encryption of Microsoft Teams 1 to 1 meetings. This additional encryption, unlike TLS or encryption AtRest, ensures that no one can interpose themselves between the two clients.
WebEx has end-to-end encryption, Zoom got it too after a lot of pressure, and now Microsoft Teams is getting it too. But what for and why? End-to-end encryption (E2EE) End-to-end encryption means that all transmitted data is encrypted throughout the entire transmission path. Only the communication partner can decrypt the message. This ensures secure communication […]
When using Microsoft 365, there are various options for encrypting Microsoft’s own systems, such as the Fort Knox principle or separate keys for each tenant (4 keys can also be contributed by the user) up to BYOK, HYOK and CYOK within Microsoft Information Protection. Now Microsoft has expanded the portfolio and brought a double key […]