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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Available for iOS and Android devices, reTXT can be used across multiple devices on the same account and uses end-to-end encryption to provide privacy and security for its users' messages.
Voltage solutions, based on next generation cryptography, provide end-to-end encryption, tokenization, masking and stateless key management for protecting valuable, regulated and sensitive information based on policy.
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As a key element of our overall payment card security strategy, PAR has created a fully integrated and easily supported solution that combines VeriShield Total Protect end-to-end encryption with PAR EverServ QSR 1.
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Voltage SecureDataT, by reducing audit scope and ongoing operational cost, is experiencing a rapid increase in demand and quickly establishing itself as the preferred solution for end-to-end encryption and stateless tokenization.
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Features of the mSuite solution from CommonTime include wireless pushed Lotus Notes e-mail and PIM, device management, mobile Lotus Instant Messaging, on-device security and AES end-to-end encryption.
The Contivity portfolio supports firewall services, authentication of endpoints over IP, and end-to-end encryption of VoIP packets via IPSec as they travel across the public Internet.
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