OpenPGP Email Summit hosted by Mailfence- October 20-21, 2018

OpenPGP email summit

Hosting the OpenPGP Email Summit

Mailfence will be hosting the 4th OpenPGP Email Summit

We are very happy and honoured to announce that Mailfence will be hosting the 4th OpenPGP Email Summit at its headquarters in Brussels. During this event, software developers and other IT experts specialized in OpenPGP email will meet to discuss technical details regarding email encryption using OpenPGP.

We are eager to welcome fellow enthusiasts involved in the development of email clients using OpenPGP for encryption.

The 4th OpenPGP Email Summit

The debates will target technical aspects, such as key servers, key discovery, subject encryption, password recovery, security/policies, etc. It is an open event and anything discussed during the event is public. Due to the technical orientation of the sessions, only experts accustomed with technical details regarding email encryption are likely to comprehend the discussions. Users with an interest in these subjects will probably be bored to death ;-). You will find more info about the event here.

You’re very welcome to join us if you are working in the area of

  • technical details
  • for sending encrypted emails
  • with OpenPGP
  • in a project or product

This summit is a great opportunity for experts working in this area to gain, share and exchange expertise on important topics concerning email security. Mailfence is happy to support the OpenPGP Email Summit and participate in any other initiative that contributes in making the Internet a more secure and open place for users from around the globe.

In case you have suggestions or ideas of topics that should be discussed, please feel free to contact us.

Join the fight for online privacy and digital freedom.

Get your secure email!
Follow us on twitter/reddit and keep yourself posted at all times.

– Mailfence Team


Spread the word!

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

code

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.