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Leak like Snowden: a beginners guide to GPG, email sec, and crypto

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    110 5th Avenue, 5th Floor, New York, NY , New York, NY (map)

    40.737667 -73.992920

  • Sign in at the front desk, and head to the 5th floor
  • For this event, you'll need to sign up on the SplashThat page:

    https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/ 

    This class is geared at absolutely anyone, including beginners! It will be particularly useful to anyone passionate about journalism, academia, activism, and etc.


    How to communicate securely via email: A beginner's guide

    Join us for the first meetup of 2017 for an email encryption class!

    The first part of class will be a short presentation. The instructors will cover basic concepts of encryption and email security and why someone might want to use encrypted email. We'll then discuss some of the vulnerabilities of encrypted email and the basics of encryption itself.

    The second part of class will be a hands on demonstration that will teach participants how to setup a GPG key, push their GPG key to a public key server, and trade their keys with their peers. Participants will have the opportunity to write and send and decrypt their own encrypted messages. 

    Please bring whatever kind of computer you would like to use. Instructors can help with set up on MacOS, Windows, or Linux. 

    Food & beer will be served.


    For this event, you'll need to sign up on the SplashThat page:

    https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/ 


    See you there!


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