Parental controls. Who says good guys finish last?
For the second year in a row, “The Inspectors” has received a Parents’ Choice Recommended Award for its family friendly programming.
The CBS drama, which follows the Postal Inspection Service as it investigates mail fraud and other crimes, was recommended for audiences ages 13-16.
According to the Parents’ Choice site, the show “offers inspirational and educational messages along with a compelling story. And it’s enjoyable.”
Healthy headlines. The Postal Service now offers an electronic newsletter to provide employees with wellness tips, resources, healthy recipes and more.
The Wellness team produces the monthly publication, which covers all aspects of health and wellness, including physical and emotional well-being, financial security, community connections, professional fulfillment, and more.
Employees can subscribe to the newsletter on the Wellness LiteBlue page.
Fish or cut bait. Don’t take the bait when it comes to phishing.
The CyberSafe at USPS team is reminding employees of warning signs that a computer could be compromised.
Employees should look for:
- Files that are missing, mislabeled or edited without your knowledge
- Strange messages or pop-ups
- Applications opening unexpectedly
- A slow or unstable system
- Loss of controlled computer functions, such as use of a mouse
To avoid cyberthreats, you should confirm the email address, phone number or name of the sender before opening or responding to any messages, links or attachments.
Additionally, be careful of messages that request personal information or include grammatical or spelling mistakes.
If you suspect you are the victim of a cyberthreat, don’t engage the hacker. Notify your manager immediately and report the incident to the CyberSecurity Operations Center by sending an email to CyberSafe@usps.gov.
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