This is a guest post by Henry Chow.
Putting up your sensitive data on cloud storage could possibly give you heebie-jeebies. A good dose of cryptography, however, is sufficient to provide you the much needed peace of mind. Implementation of open-source Pretty Good Privacy (OpenPGP) is considered as the gold standard of online encryption, and when used properly, it has the capability to even thwart the likes of NSA. Read along to find out more!
Popular encryption solutions like DiskCryptor and BitLocker do not have the potential to secure files or emails in the cloud. But the industrial strength of OpenPGP encryption can not only secure the delivery of files, but also provide verification about who create and send a message using the digital signing process.