Microsoft Teams is going to be safer than ever to use after the company announced news of a major security update.
As noted by MSPowerUser, the video conferencing service now supports end-to-end encryption (E2EE), which means that users can exchange private information such as proprietary or valuable business data on calls without fear of being intercepted.
Using E2EE means that data created in Microsoft Teams is encrypted at its source before decrypting at its destination, without these two points being disturbed by other systems.
E2EE on teams
Microsoft first announced that E2EE would come to Teams as early as March 2021 at its Igntie conference, with the feature now apparently finally ready to roll out.
It will initially be supported for one-on-one calls in teams, with both users having to enable the feature (which is disabled by default) to enable it.
Enabling E2EE means that some Microsoft Teams features will not …