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End to End Encryption for Teams Calls
Joel Rollins

End to End Encryption for Teams Calls

Microsoft has made generally available end-to-end encryption for one-to-one Microsoft Teams calls after announcing the feature earlier this year.

Microsoft Teams currently encrypts data in transit and at rest, allowing authorized services to decrypt content for data retention record purposes. Microsoft also uses SharePoint encryption to secure at-rest files and OneNote encryption for notes stored in Microsoft Teams. All chat content in Teams is also encrypted in transit and at rest.

This new E2EE encryption will further secure one-to-one calls within Teams, but it does mean certain Teams features will be disabled if IT admins enable it.
  • Recording
  • Live caption and transcription
  • Call transfer, call park, call merge, and features like transferring calls to another device
  • Adding participants to create a group call will all be disabled in one-to-one calls that use E2EE.

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