USPS: Employees required to take cyber security course

CyberSafe_uspsThe Postal Service has introduced an online training course to help employees better protect information in the workplace.

The brief course, CyberSafe 101: Passwords and Phishing, is required for all employees with ACE user IDs. The deadline for completion is Sept. 30.

The course will provide employees with a basic understanding of information security. Participants also will learn best practices for creating postal passwords and avoiding online scams to steal sensitive information, also known as “phishing.”

Additionally, participants will learn how to report phishing attempts and other suspicious activity.

CyberSafe 101: Passwords and Phishing is available through the Learning Management System. The course number is 10024251.

The CyberSafe at USPS site [Blue] has additional guidelines and tips on keeping information secure, both at work and home.

Source: Basic training | USPS News Link

One thought on “USPS: Employees required to take cyber security course

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    National Postal Mail Handlers Local 321
    Office held, if any
    Mail Handler

    Why do I need to do this anyway?

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