Skip navigation

PGP and GnuPG

PGP and GnuPG: CISSP Cert Prep: 3 Security Architecture and Engineering
PGP and GnuPG: CISSP Cert Prep: 3 Security Architecture and Engineering

Phil Zimmerman invented the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) cryptographic framework in 1991 and it became a widely used asymmetric cryptographic system when security developers released the OpenPGP standard for public use. PGP is not an encryption algorithm itself but it provides a framework for the use of those algorithms.

Resume Transcript Auto-Scroll
Skill Level Advanced
4h 21m
Duration
45,550
Views
Show More Show Less
Skills covered in this course
Security IT CISSP Certified Information System

Continue Assessment

You started this assessment previously and didn't complete it. You can pick up where you left off, or start over.

Start My Free Month

Start your free month on LinkedIn Learning, which now features 100% of Lynda.com courses. Develop in-demand skills with access to thousands of expert-led courses on business, tech and creative topics.

Start My Free Month