- Project Title:
- Western Area P&DC Site Security Controls
- Start Date:
- Tuesday, September 26, 2017
- Estimated Report Release Date:
- March 2018
The U.S. Postal Service information technology infrastructure consists of facilities, equipment, services, protocols, and applications used to transmit, store, and process information. Protection of these assets are vital to business performance.
The Postal Service protects its information resources by implementing site security controls designed to reduce the risk of physical failure of infrastructure components and damage from environmental hazards. The risks to information technology (including portable and wireless information resources) security and to infrastructure integrity are contingent upon strong site security controls. These controls include:
- Unauthorized access controls,
- Physical protection of information resources,
- Environmental protection controls, and
- Operation continuity planning
1. Are you aware of any physical or environmental security incidents at the Denver P&DC?
2. Do you have any concerns relating to the physical and environmental controls at the Denver P&DC?
3. In your opinion, what is the biggest strength or weakness in the physical and environmental controls at Postal Service facilities?