Microsoft has announced a plan to add the support of Microsoft team end to end encryption later this year aiming for confidential or sensitive conversations.
In a statement the American multinational technology company said, in the first half of this year, corporate customers will have an overview of end-to-end encryption in teams
However, the initial preview is restricted to one on one call.
Microsoft plans to expand it over time to include scheduled calls and online meetings.
Moreover, data is encrypted in transit and at rest, and authorized services are thus able to decrypt content for the purposes of data retention.
Currently, Microsoft uses SharePoint encoding to secure residual files for notes in Microsoft Team.
In the process and at rest, all chat contents in teams are encrypted.
Microsoft teams currently do not support end-to-end meeting encryption.