With today’s announcement, Ring offers its customers and users the possibility of activating end-to-end encryption for the videos captured by the proposed surveillance devices: therefore the test phase started at the beginning of the year only ends. overseas, initiating a global rollout. Ring brings E2E encryption all over the world The goal is to meet the needs expressed on the privacy front, ensuring that what is framed by the devices is visible only to those who actually live in the home space in which they are installed. announced a technical preview of end-to-end encryption for video in the United States. Today we are proud to report that the testing phase is complete and that we are expanding the availability of the feature to customers around the world. official support pages (to which we refer for the configuration process) we learn that the technology is not available in Belgium and that the compatible devices are the following: Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2, Ring Video Doorbell Elite, Ring Floodlight Cam, Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro, Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus, Ring Spotlight Cam Wired, Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In, Ring Stick Up Cam Battery, Ring Stick Up Cam Elite, Indoor Cam Ring. Excluding video door phones and battery-powered video cameras.