Gregory S. Crabb has been appointed vice president and chief information security officer, effective March 18.
Crabb has been acting in the role since July 2016. He is responsible for protecting Postal Service employees, customers, infrastructure and information systems from digital threats.
Additionally, Crabb will work with the Inspection Service on investigative responses to cybercrimes involving the mail. He also will lead efforts to develop digital products.
In a memo this week announcing Crabb’s appointment, PMG Megan J. Brennan noted he brings “extensive experience” to his work, including serving as a postal inspector for 21 years.
During his tenure with the Inspection Service, Crabb led efforts that focused on cybercrime, protecting revenue, strengthening export screening processes and protecting Postal Service assets.