|Security PGP 101|
|Duration (hours)||1.5 +|
|Kind of learning session||101 +|
|Learning objectives||Understanding the basics of PGP and encryption +|
This session is largely explanatory rather …
This session is largely explanatory rather than interactive: Explain the following concepts: * what PGP – Pretty Good Privacy – is * Differences/similarities between PGP and GPG * Why PGP is useful to us, and why might we want to understand it or use it? * How it differs from SSL, TLS and HTTPS – and define these termsSL, TLS and HTTPS – and define these terms +
|Prerequisites||Facilitators should have a good understanding of what PGP is, be able to answer questions on how it works, and be able to help people downloading and using software to encrypt their emails. +|
|Technical needs||None +|
|Title of the tutorial||PGP 101 +|
|Tutorial category||Discussion +|
|Has improper value for
"Has improper value for" is a predefined property to track input errors for irregular value annotations that was likely caused by type or allowed value restrictions.
|Number of facilitators involved +|
This property is a special property in this wiki.
|2 June 2015 13:36:17 +|
|show properties that link here|