Apple reportedly working to make your medical history mobile

How would you like to have your entire medical and health history at your fingertips — literally? No more making multiple calls to get your records — all of your doctor visits, lab results and prescriptions available on your phone, so that you can share the data with new physicians at a moment’s notice?

Link: Apple reportedly working to make your medical history mobile
via http://www.cnet.com

The Coolest Gaming Gear Shown Off At E3 2017

E3 is here and that means it’s wild gaming gear time! From Microsoft’s latest Xbox to a tiny Atari 2600, here’s the coolest stuff we saw this week. The name reveals someone’s love of the letter but the console itself is pretty cool. Six months after Sony launched its 4K UHD console, Microsoft is back with its own.

Link: The Coolest Gaming Gear Shown Off At E3 2017
via http://www.gizmodo.com.au

SANS ISC Stormcast: Daily Network Security News Summary; Cyber Security Podcast

ISC StormCast for Thursday, June 15th 2017
A daily summary of network and system security news from the SANS Internet Storm Center
Author:Johannes B. Ullrich, Ph.D.
See below for a schedule of classes I teach.
Created: Wednesday, June 14th 2017
Length: 6:25 minutes
Today’s Headline:…

Link: SANS ISC Stormcast: Daily Network Security News Summary; Cyber Security Podcast
via isc.sans.edu

Google Showcases the Best Android Apps & Games

Google Play offers an impressive smorgasbord of Android apps and games. So many, in fact, that it’s often difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for. There are, however, certain apps that get everything right. And these are the apps Google has now decided to showcase on Google Play. There are millions of Android apps and games available on Google Play.

Link: Google Showcases the Best Android Apps & Games
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Five traits employers should look for when hiring cyber security professionals

Employers seeking to fill the cyber-skills job gap should turn their attention to “New Collar” workers, David Jarvis, security and CIO lead of IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IVB), told TechRepublic’s Dan Patterson in an interview on Monday. Jarvis explained that the purpose of IBM’s IVB is to develop research based on leadership on emerging businesses and technology and how they interact.

Link: Five traits employers should look for when hiring cyber security professionals
via http://www.techrepublic.com

This Trick Makes a USB Drive Work Perfectly With Windows, Mac, Linux, and Anything Else

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A file system is the magic tool that lets an operating system read the data on any hard drive or USB drive. Unfortunately, there are a number of file systems out there, and not every operating system plays nice with each one. That’s why the default recommended choice is FAT32. But…

Link: This Trick Makes a USB Drive Work Perfectly With Windows, Mac, Linux, and Anything Else
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