Ring has unveiled a new lineup of security devices including an autonomously flying indoor security camera, a car alarm, car security camera, mailbox sensor, and more. The company also announced it is bringing video End-to-End Encryption to its security cameras, becoming one of the first major home security providers to do so.
Earlier this year, Ring was the first in its industry to make two-step verification mandatory and starting today, users can see how Ring currently encrypts and protects their videos via the Video Encryption page within Control Center. Later this year, customers will be able to easily turn on video End-to-End Encryption for compatible devices from this same page in Control Center.
"Privacy and security guide everything we do at Ring and we are always looking for ways to deliver more user control and improve our customers’ experience,” said Leila Rouhi, President of Ring. “We are proud to be one of the first major players in the smart home security space to offer video End-to-End Encryption as part of our home security solutions.”
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