- Project Title:
- Nationwide Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) Management
- Start Date:
- Wednesday, August 29, 2018
- Estimated Report Release Date:
- March 2019
We are constantly reminded that cardholders must try their best to protect their Personal Identification Number (PIN) – or else they could be held liable for fraudulent charges. With cyber-crime on the rise, we need to protect all PINs. Postal Service vehicle drivers also must protect their PINs when using the Voyager Fleet Card to make fuel and maintenance purchases.
Postal Service employees play a role in preventing account data compromise and PIN stealing. According to policy, a site manager assigns each vehicle driver a randomly-selected PIN to be used when making purchases with a Voyager card.
What actions do you take? We would love to hear from you.
- Do you protect and secure your PINs?
- What security precautions do you take to protect your PIN and reduce the risk of fraudulent purchases/transactions?
- Would you share your PIN with someone so that they can make a purchase or transaction or with a co-worker that does not have an issued PIN?
- While making purchases, do you check for cameras above keypads, skimming devices, or individuals looking over your shoulder?