What is PGP?
PGP or GPG stands for Pretty Good Privacy and is the mainstream way to encrypt emails.
PGP uses something called Private-Public Key encryption which relies on that people verify the recipients key before they engage in a conversation.
PGP is good but not perfect
If your private PGP key is stolen it can be used to decrypt all messages sent to you. Therefor it’s a good security practice to change your key regularly.
I change my keys every year. When I do this I also sign the new key with my old key to ensure people that it’s really me.
Getting my most recent key
I try and keep a list of keys as up to date as possible.
When changing keys I always sign the new one with my Main Signing Key.
If you want my most recent key I recommend looking on one of these places: