USPS OIG recently learns of data theft that occurred in 2005?

That’s right – it happened 12 years ago! And it’s still under investigation. And now they suggest I take steps to protect myself? Excerpt: I am writing to inform you that the United States Postal Service, Office of Inspector General (“OIG”) recently learned of an OIG data theft that occurred in 2005. Some personal information,…

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APWU: Postal Retirees May be Affected by OPM Data Breach

Web News Article #: 119-2015 06/08/2015 – Postal retirees may be among those affected by a breach in the computer system of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Retirees Department Director Judy Beard reports. OPM announced June 4 that the records of 4 million current and former federal employees were compromised in a cyber attack…

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ALERT: USPS System Failure – Bad Financial Practice/Poor Security

URGENT MESSAGE – February 13, 2015: While in meetings with the USPS today I have been informed that computer systems have shut down since mid-afternoon yesterday. They can’t log onto computer systems or access, e-mails, etc. This also means that if the clerks logged out of POS yesterday, they can’t log on today. This would…

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USPS: Anthem data breach – Some members’ personal information compromised

February 11, 2015 Anthem, which operates Blue Cross Blue Shield programs in several states, reported a massive data breach Feb. 6 that may have exposed the personal information of 80 million people. Hackers may have gained access to current and former members’ names, birthdates, medical IDs, Social Security numbers, street addresses, email addresses and employment…

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Video: Postmaster General’s message to employees regarding the cyber incident

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe addresses the recent cyber intrusion of the US Postal Service’s network. This message to all employees was shared on Monday, November 10, at 10am.  

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