Postal Service employees must complete their annual cybersecurity training this month.
Threats to digital information are growing in frequency and sophistication worldwide. Protecting USPS employee, customer and supplier data from these threats is a priority for the organization.
Here’s an overview of the courses:
• CyberSafe Fundamentals (parts 1 and 2). This course provides the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to adhere to cybersecurity practices and policy for the protection of USPS electronic information.
• CyberSafe 201: Data Protection. This course provides best practices for handling sensitive and sensitive-enhanced information to keep USPS electronic data secure.
Employees can access these courses now through HERO. The deadline for completing both courses is Sept. 30.
Employees who don’t meet the deadline are subject to limited ACE system access until all the courses are completed.
Refer to the CyberSafe at USPS Blue training page or send an email to CyberSafeComms@usps.gov for more information.