In this paper, the authors describe the project that led to the creation of the U.S. Postal Service's CISO Academy.
The authors describe how they defined a CISO team structure and functions for a national organization using sources such as CISOs, policies, and lessons learned from cybersecurity incidents.
This report describes how the CERT-RMM enabled the USPIS to implement an innovative approach for achieving complex international mail export control objectives.
This report describes a new process area that ensures that international mail is transported according to Universal Postal Union standards.
This report describes a new process area that ensures that the USPS is compensated for mail that is accepted, transported, and delivered.
This report describes a new process area that ensures that mail is inducted into the U.S. domestic mail stream according to USPS standards and requirements.
In this report, the authors describe how to improve the resilience of U.S. Postal Service products and services
In this report, the authors describe a method of identifying physical security gaps in international mail processing centers and similar facilities.
In this report, the authors describe research aimed at helping organizations to know the business value of implementing resilience processes and practices.
In this report, the authors describe how implementation-level processes can provide context for identifying and defining measures of operational resilience.
In this podcast, Julia Allen explains that measures of operational resilience should answer key questions, inform decisions, and affect behavior.
In this report, the Resilient Enterprise Management (REM) team suggests a set of top ten strategic measures for managing operational resilience.
In this report, the authors present CERT-RMM, an approach to managing operational resilience in complex, risk-evolving environments.