USPS: Mobile-friendly version of ePayroll available

USPS has introduced a mobile-friendly version of ePayroll that allows employees to see their earning statements on smartphones, tablets and other devices. The ePayroll mobile application became available last week. The app displays the same earning statements that employees see when they use ePayroll on a desktop computer, but the information is formatted for easy…

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USPS: Charging smartly – Safety tips for personal devices

The Postal Service is reminding employees that plugging smartphones, unapproved thumb drives, e-cigarettes and other personal devices into USPS computers violates the organization’s security policies. Plugging unauthorized devices into postal equipment runs the risk of inadvertently transferring malicious software, which could disable computers and allow hackers to gain access to the organization’s network. To protect…

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USPS: Mobile device users must complete new course

Employees who use USPS-issued mobile devices will soon be required to complete a new cybersecurity training course. The course, ISEC Mobile Devices, will address the proper security measures for smartphones, tablets and similar devices. The course also will cover policy information, best practices and tools to assist in securing the devices. The course became available…

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