Whether it for voice recording or video recording, AES 256-Bit Encryption is an International standard which ensures data is encrypted/decrypted following this approved standard. It ensures high security and is adopted by the U.S. government and other intelligence organizations across the world.
Essentially, this process scrambles up the file into an unreadable format and is almost impossible to crack. At the current speed a computer can calculate all the combinations in a 256-bit encrypted file, 37.5 sexdecillion (51 zeros) years would have passed which, to put into comparison, is 42 more zeros than it will take for the Sun to enter its Red Giant Phase.
Whether it is a member of the police force who has captured incriminating footage for use in court or a paramedic recording for medical review with sensitive content displayed, AES 256-Bit Encryption can help provide peace of mind for any dictation or body worn camera user.