Protect security information reported to NI by using our PGP key.
National Instruments uses PGP keys to:
Sign email messages so you can verify that they originated from NI and remain unaltered
Encrypt email messages from email@example.com containing sensitive information
Where to Find PGP
If you don’t already have a PGP application, you can download a freeware distribution called GnuPG.
NI PGP Key
In addition to copying the key block below, you can also download the key from http://keyserver.pgp.com. Wherever you obtain the PGP key, be sure to compare its fingerprint to the one listed below to detect impersonation.
We always sign NI security announcements and mail messages with the NI PGP key. The signature is appended at the end of the message. Before you take action on any message, check the signature with PGP to verify that the message came from NI and is unaltered.
Please use the NI PGP key to encrypt sensitive security information you send to firstname.lastname@example.org.