This article defines End-to-end encryption and explains how it safeguards Video communications.
End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a privacy protocol that prevents third parties from accessing data when it’s transferred between devices. With End-to-end encryption, data is encrypted on the sender’s device and is decrypted only by its intended recipient.
Standard online practice is to use Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption. However, TLS encryption can still leave data vulnerable to privacy breaches. Vodafone Business UC offers End-to-end encryption as an optional additional level of privacy protection for video meetings.
When End-to-end encryption is turned on, your data will only be accessible to the sender and recipient. No other parties, not even Vodafone Business UC, can access it.