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Cybersecurity training

Contractors must complete courses by Feb. 11

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All contractors with ACE IDs must complete new CyberSafe at USPS training courses.

The Postal Service has introduced three CyberSafe at USPS courses for contractors, part of organization’s annual cybersecurity training requirements.

All contractors with ACE IDs must complete the courses, which will be available from Monday, Jan. 7-Monday, Feb. 11.

Current contractors will have their ACE access restricted if the courses aren’t completed by the due date. New contractors will have their access restricted until the courses are completed.

Here’s an overview of the training:

• CyberSafe Fundamentals parts I and II. These courses will provide users with the skills and knowledge needed to adhere to cybersecurity best practices and policy to help protect USPS information.

• CyberSafe 201: Data Protection. This course will help users handle sensitive and sensitive-enhanced information to keep USPS information secure.

Users must use the HERO system to complete the courses. The CyberSafe at USPS Blue and LiteBlue pages have more information about cybersecurity training requirements.

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