Though the debate over absolute encryption rages on, encryption is fast becoming a must-have security item in a growing number of law firms and legal departments. But as encryption usage grows, many are finding that it can cause more problems than it solves. End-to-end encryption, for example, can often cripple a legal team’s compliance and internal e-discovery efforts.

Shaun Murphy, founder and CEO of SNDR, a secure messaging platform, explained that end-to-end encryption is essentially “encryption in transit,” which secures data when it transfers “between phones or computers, or even web browsers and servers.”

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