U.S. Postal Service (USPS) post data breach and data breach
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), May 2015 - present.
The USPS also considers itself a business, e.g. its website is
usps.com not usps.gov.
No IT education.
Only a BA in accounting.
is Crabb's most recent annual salary as of May
2019 according to my FOIA request to USPS. USPS stalled this
FOIA for 5 months, until I threatened a lawsuit. Three days
later the requested information came, not via fast email but
in the U.S. Mail and backdated 3 months so USPS could lie on
their FOIA response statistics. The USPS did indeed have
something to hide. Crabb has one of the highest salaries in
the IT Incompetents Hall Of Shame (ITIHOS). It is more than
most doctors or lawyers make and, unlike Crabb, they are at
least qualified; by law they have to be.
In Nov 2014 it was reported that 800,000 USPS records had been
exposed to hackers; it was described as a "massive" data
breach at the time. IT incompetent Randy Miskanic was USPS
CISO during this data breach. IT incompetent Crabb was his
replacement. In Nov 2018 Crabb had his own data breach:
60,000,000 USPS records were exposed to hackers; it's unknown
what word to use to describe it if the previous "massive" data
breach was only 800,000.
For more see The
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