Unlike most contact forms, emails submitted here are encrypted. Most contact forms forward plaintext emails to the recipient account. Even if that account itself is secure, emails sent through insecure forms are insecure. Effective 11 Aug 2019, this contact form contains my public PGP key. This key encrypts the body of your email locally before sending it to my ProtonMail account where it is decrypted. Keep in mind: email addresses and subject lines are NOT encrypted.
If you provide a ProtonMail account in the contact form, our communications will be seamlessly encrypted throughout. If you do not use ProtonMail but still desire to use PGP encryption, you may download and import my public key here, and contact me through the email account of your choice.
If you do not have an encrypted email provider, I strongly recommend setting up a free ProtonMail account.