• Project Title:
  • Cybersecurity Decision Analysis Reports Review
  • Start Date:
  • Monday, March 26, 2018
  • Estimated Report Release Date:
  • September 2018

The Corporate Information Security Office (CISO) is responsible for protecting the Postal Service’s infrastructure against cyber threats that could disrupt operations to the 45,000 point of sale terminals, 2,837 retail kiosks, 8,500 mail processing equipment pieces, USPS.com, and more. Since 2015, the CISO has made major investments to enhance the Postal Service’s cybersecurity capabilities.

The USPS OIG is conducting an audit to determine whether the Cybersecurity Improvements Decision Analysis Reports aligned with strategic plans, achieved performance metrics and cost targets, and were developed according to policy.

  • Have you experienced improvements in cybersecurity since the investments were implemented?
  • Are you aware of any issues in the request, approval, and disbursement of funds for cybersecurity initiatives? 
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