Mail Threat Data Center

Mail Security Incident Statistics

RaySecur’s Mail Threat Data Center is an open-source database for tracking in near real-time dangerous mail incidents.

The Mail Threat Data Center compiles incident statistics from official sources including the US Postal Inspection Service (USPIS), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and the START database managed by the University of Maryland.

In addition to official sources, the data center is updated daily with incidents reported in the public domain to provide our customers with the most timely and accurate information to make informed security decisions.

Mail Security Alerts

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We provide ongoing mailroom threat incident analysis – find out what is happening near you so you can respond quickly
2021 Annual Mail Threat Report.

State of Mail Security 2021: RaySecur Annual Report

RaySecur’s Chief Security Officer Will Plummer analyzes trends from known mail incidents in 2021. The objective of the report is to summarize key statistics from official data sources to frame the problem, while also providing accurate and timely information on current threats.

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2020 Mail Security Annual Report Book.

2020 Dangerous Mail Report

The USPIS Dangerous Mail Investigations Unit responds to 10 dangerous mail incidents every day, on average. RaySecur CSO Will Plummer analyzes trends from the known dangerous mail incidents in 2020.

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Mail Threat Alerts: September, 2020.

Excerpt of mail threats incidents across the US in Sep, 2020. Use these threats to plan for the future of mail security.

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