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Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing industries in the digital economy. Already many individuals and firms are looking for ways to retain their privacy and communicate with confidence in a world of ubiquitous surveillance.

In How To Encrypt With PGP we will show you not only how to use open-source, freely available tools to protect your sensitive information, but how to sign, verify, and encrypt email correspondence with your contacts in order to create a layer of security when exchanging messages online. This is a technology protocol that was originally developed in 1991, but is becoming an industry standard for information security specialists and cryptographers interested in retaining their privacy.

Course Objectives

Learn how to sign, verify, and encrypt emails and text documents using PGP.

Course Length

The length of the course is between 8 – 14 hours and can be taken at a moderate pace. The course is self-paced, meaning the student can proceed at the rate they wish without a hard deadline for completion. The materials contained are intended for an intermediate audience.

  • Course materials are accessible on desktop and mobile devices
  • It can be taken at any time and at the student’s desired pace
  • Support forum is accessible to registered students

Recommended skills prior to taking this course

  • Intermediate understanding of cryptography and computer encryption protocols
  • Basic use of linux command line tools
  • Willingness to challenge existing beliefs and assumptions
There are no modules in this training course.
Travis Patron
Travis Patron

Travis is the founder of Diginomics.com and the lead content creator for its research and course offerings. He first learned of bitcoin in 2012 and shortly thereafter completed his book on the subject, The Bitcoin Revolution: An Internet Of Money. Travis views bitcoin as a transition technology with tremendous potential for those who take the time to understand it and develop new applications with it.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q. Which version of PGP will we be using?

A. The latest version of GnuPG.

How To Encrypt With PGP

$229

Originally developed in 1991, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is an encryption program that provides cryptographic privacy and authentication for data communication. PGP is used for signing, encrypting, and decrypting texts, emails, files, directories, and whole disk partitions and to increase the security of email communications.

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