The Brandon Sun reports:
Personal and medical information of more than 1,000 Prairie Mountain Health patients are at risk after an internal website was hacked.
The regional health authority, in a statement Friday, said they do not believe the intent of the hack was to access personal information, but conceded they cannot exclude the possibility that identifiable personal details were viewed or copied.
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Now you shouldnt need a subscription to a news outlet to find out about a breach involving your information, right? So I went to Prairie Mountain Healths site to find a breach disclosure or notice, but NOTHING was mentioned on their site.
Cmon folks: if you can send a press release to your local media, you can post a copy of the damned statement on your web site. In fact, you should be posting something on your web site and notifying patients even before you notify media.
So I tweeted an inquiry to their Twitter team asking where the notification is. If I find out more, Ill update this.
Dim the lights, blast the dubstep, and throw on some Aisha Tyler interviews in the background—Ubisoft just kicked off its E3 press conference three weeks before the event with the first-ever trailer for Far Cry 5.
Like every year, this early look has left me wondering “Why not just wait until the show itself?”, but I guess spoiling all the surprises in May is the new normal. In any case, here’s the trailer in question:
As revealed in teasers earlier this week, the game takes place in Hope County, Montana—yes, within the United States, which is a surprisingly rare move. And in shades of Outlast 2, the region’s been overrun by the religious cult Eden’s Gate, which will be your primary enemy in the game. “Religious cult” is the general wording Ubisoft uses, though all the imagery and the church architecture shown is not-so-ambiguously Christian in influence.
[ Further reading: These 20 absorbing PC games will eat days of your life ]Aside from the surprising setting, though, I expect standard Far Cry shenanigans, or at least, what’s become standard since Far Cry 3: a big open world, a few lackey-controlled regions to take over, and according to Ubisoft, “the largest customizable weapon and vehicle roster ever in a Far Cry game.” Much of that is speculation, though, as the trailer focuses on the setting and characters more than the game itself. There is however a throwaway shot of hunting, so expect to make bullet pouches out of six deer skins again. 首都网络安全日:深圳CA用创新诠释信息安全重要性
We’ll see more in a few weeks. Far Cry 5 should appear at both Ubisoft’s press conference and either Microsoft or Sony’s with a meaty 20-minute demo each time. By June 12, we should have a pretty damn good idea of what the game is and what to expect, and then we settle in for the long wait—the game is set to release February 27, 2018. Stay tuned.
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