What’s it?

With device encryption, stored data is scrambled and unreadable to others . It’s only when the passcode is entered that the data is revealed. It also means that someone couldn’t take the chips out of your switched -off phone to read the data. Each iPhone ships with an encryption key that’s 256 bits in length. Basically encryption is the process of encoding all user data on an Android device using symmetric keys. Once a device is encrypted, all user-created data is automatically encrypted before committing it to disk and all reads automatically decrypt data before returning it to the calling process.


Encryption is cheap to implement. Pretty much every device and operating system we use today comes with some sort of encryption technology . It can save you from regulatory fines and can help to protect remote workers. Encryption increases the integrity of our data and increase consumer trust

What if not using it?

If you do not have device encryption settings, then your PC doesn’t support device encryption. Your device will now start decrypting. This may take a while to finish, but you can keep using your device

What do we do?

We TNIT as a leading provider provides you with a whole suite of security features to manage and encrypt your corporate devices from a central console.