Have you ever considered a career in cybersecurity?
The Postal Service, like other organizations, relies on cybersecurity experts to protect its network and customers from ransomware and other online threats.
Cybersecurity experts are in demand.
The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that information technology and cybersecurity will be among the fastest growing jobs over the next decade. Nevertheless, almost 600,000 cybersecurity positions remain unfilled in the United States.
So how do you launch a cybersecurity career at USPS? Here are some tips:
• Develop your skills. USPS offers a variety of cybersecurity courses in HERO — on auditing, risk management, incident response and others — at no cost to employees.
• Have a career conversation. Use HERO to request a conversation with your manager, who can help connect you with USPS cybersecurity experts who can offer guidance..
• Check out eCareer. Positions are consistently posted on eCareer. Frequently browse the openings to find your next opportunity.
The CyberSafe at USPS Blue and LiteBlue pages have additional information.