end-to-end encryption


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end-to-end encryption

[¦end·tü¦end in′krip·shən]
(communications)
Encryption of a message at its point of origination so that it travels in encrypted form all the way to its destination.

end-to-end encryption

Continuous protection of the confidentiality and integrity of transmitted information by encrypting it at the origin and decrypting at its destination. For example, a virtual private network (VPN) uses end-to-end encryption. Contrast with link encryption.
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Actual results may differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements due to many factors, including, without limitation, the risks that we may be unable to successfully develop and implement end-to-end encryption technology, the market may not accept the change from current encryption technology to end-to-end encryption technology and our end-to-end encryption may not work as intended.
Key management is a critical aspect of all encryption systems and through our partnership with Thales we are able to enhance our End-to-End Encryption solution to protect key management functions and other cryptographic operations in a tamper resistant and security certified environment - an essential requirement in the payments market.
Actual results may differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements due to many factors, including the risk that we are not able to successfully develop or implement our end-to-end encryption system and the risk factors contained in the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including but not limited to, the Company's annual report on Form 10-K, or quarterly reports on Form 10-Q as applicable.
We also plan to continue working with the ANSI ASC X9 Committee which is crafting an end-to-end encryption standard and follow that standard as much as practical.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp added end-to-end encryption to every conversation two years ago.
Security Minister Ben Wallace, who oversees British counter-terrorism and communications data legislation, said he was disturbed to see that end-to-end encryption services prevented security services from tracking criminal messaging.
A few services such as Facebook's WhatsApp followed the earlier example of Apple's iMessage and took the extra step of encrypting data in ways even the companies couldn't unscramble, a method called end-to-end encryption.
One of the easiest way is End-to-End Encryption which helps to protect PCs, USB devices, stored data and removable media with full disk encryption, file encryption, and removable media encryption so that if lost or stolen, your data remains protected against such threats and vulnerabilities.
End-to-end encryption provides a way to stop this happening, by removing this single point of failure and encrypting data at rest.
Facebook Messenger, a chat service used by more than 900m users, may soon feature end-to-end encryption.
Robert Graham, a cyber security specialist, examines how terrorist groups are exploiting powerful end-to-end encryption to try to communicate securely.
Summary: End-to-end encryption prevents authorities from monitoring illegal activities, experts say