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New program promotes cybersecurity

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Employees who participate in the CyberSafe Guardians program help co-workers understand cybersecurity matters.

Not all heroes wear capes.

The Postal Service has formed CyberSafe Guardians, a team of employees across the United States who help the organization promote effective cybersecurity practices.

The guardians meet once a month to receive cybersecurity materials that can be customized and distributed through each guardian’s “network,” such as the facility where he or she works or internal peer groups to which they belong.

These meetings also allow the guardians to provide the Chief Information Security Office with feedback on any cybersecurity issues that the guardians are hearing about at the local level.

The CyberSafe Guardians program is part of the Postal Service’s broader efforts to help employees learn how to protect the organization’s information and foster strong cybersecurity.

The program is open to Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) employees. If you’re interested in participating, discuss it with your supervisor and send an email to

The CyberSafe at USPS Blue page has additional information.

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