PGP Encryption at FIRST

FIRST uses Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) encryption for cryptographic privacy in communications with members. In order to provide open channels in which the members can also encrypt messages to the FIRST Secretariat, board members and other teams, FIRST publishes public keys on the public and members' only websites:

FIRST Infrastructure public PGP key

Private messages can be sent to the FIRST Infrastructure using it's public PGP key:
> FIRST Infrastructure Public PGP Key
Key ID: 0x7F8C656513F6AD57
Fingerprint: 7735 1149 3722 9A3C 2129 8903 7F8C 6565 13F6 AD57

FIRST PGP keys directory

These keys are available for FIRST members only. FIRST members have access to other members' and teams' public PGP key.

An Introduction to PGP/GnuPG

Martijn van der Heide of ETDA has written and shared a guide to PGP/GnuPG.