IIRC, no, it does not. Where I work, one team had the same issue and built some custom code to handle the encryption and decryption of messages at the producer and consumer. However, you have to take key management into account as once a message is written to the broker, you can't decrypt/re-encrypt to change the key. This can be an issue if you have to replay messages.
Has there been any discussion or work on at rest encryption for Kafka?
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