End-to-end encryption for RingCentral Video

Last updated on March 04, 2022
End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) is a solution that protects your video conferencing content by making them accessible to participants only. End-to-end encryption is capable of:
  • Ensuring only your participants can access meeting content
  • Managing the confidentiality of audio, video, and chat during the meeting
  • Protecting your meeting contents (even from service providers)
  • Enabling and disabling the feature at any time while in a meeting
With E2EE enabled, even if our RingCentral cloud is fully compromised, the attacker won’t be able to access your data.


Enabling end-to-end encryption for meetings requires all meeting participants to join using either the RingCentral web client or the RingCentral app desktop or mobile.
With Dynamic End-to-end encryption (E2EE), you can enable and disable End-to-end encryption multiple times during a meeting. This allows you to encrypt certain parts of the meeting and return to a decrypted meeting at any time.
Enabling this setting turns off the following features:
  • PSTN and VoIP calls (dial-in and Call me/Call out)
  • Cloud recording
  • Live transcript
  • Closed captions
Any user with a RingCentral account can join E2EE meetings. However, only users who belong to paid accounts can initiate E2EE meetings. Scheduling and starting ad-hoc E2EE meetings are not available for free accounts.
Note: Users will not be able to join by telephone or SIP/H.323 devices, as these endpoints do not support RingCentral SDK to perform end-to-end encryption. You can turn on end-to-end encryption for both scheduled and instant meetings to mitigate risks and protect your sensitive information from SaaS vendors or any third parties.
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