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I recommend that you encrypt sensitive information in email to protect it from being viewed by unintended recipients. I prefer the OpenPGP standard cryptography, which usually means Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) or the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG).  Basic Guide to PGP On Windows/PC (Kleopatra – Gpg4Win)

I also encourage you to check the PGP signature on email and documents to ensure that they were produced have not been altered.

CERT PGP Key Information (25.03.2019)
Fingerprint: 1FC6 9014 F484 42E7 E818 1136 3F49 CFD1 F3BF E38E
Key ID: CFD1 F3BF E38E


Jan Bröer
Aalborgring 42
24109 Kiel