Greg Crabb is Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for the U.S. Postal Service. Greg provides strategic and tactical leadership for the Chief Information Security Office (CISO) to develop and enhance the Postal Service’s cybersecurity program. Some of his responsibilities include managing CISO’s workforce and organizational structure, promoting awareness and training across the Postal Service, and optimizing preparedness planning, business continuity, IT disaster recovery, and physical security. In his leadership role, Greg prioritizes investments and projects that mitigate overall risks, strengthen defenses, and reduce vulnerabilities. As Deputy CISO, Greg works closely with other Information Technology executives at the Postal Service and its partner organizations to develop, implement, and maintain an organization-wide information security infrastructure, ensuring system integrity, availability, confidentiality, accountability, and assurance.
In his previous role at the Postal Inspection Service, the law enforcement branch of the U.S. Postal Service, Greg served as Inspector in Charge for Revenue, Product, and Global Security. He has managed a number of programmatic efforts, including the investigation of cybercrime and revenue fraud. Greg has also held a number of positions devoted to the investigation of international cybercrime impacting the U.S. Mail and business partners.