SEC 573 Week 5 Quiz | Devry University

SEC 573 Week 5 Quiz | Devry University

Week 5Knowledge Check

Question 1

Fog computing will eventually replace cloud computing.  

·         True   

·         False


Question 2

Due to the information format standardization in the healthcare system, the collection and processing of healthcare data has become very simple.  

·         True  

·         False


Question 3

Properly managed IoT data can improve profits and effectively reduce the cost of healthcare.  

·         True  

·         False


Question 4

Which of the following is NOT one of the five V’s associated with IoT generated data?  

·         Variety  

·         Velocity  

·         Validity  

·         Volume


Question 5

Which of the following is NOT an advantage of Big Data analysis of IoT generated data?  

·         more effective treatments 

·         earlier and more accurate disease diagnostics 

·         increased medical errors 

·         Enhanced quality and effectiveness of healthcare


Question 6

Which of the following IoT sensors works like a bar code reader?  

·         A blood pressure monitor  

·         An RFID  

·         A glucose monitor  

·         A body temperature monitor


Question 7

A major advantage of IoT in healthcare is the ability to monitor patients remotely in isolated or remote areas where the presence of necessary medical facilities is not available for people who need constant medical supervision.  

·         True  

·         False


Question 8

Which of the following is NOT considered a negative aspect for IoT in healthcare?  

·         Monetary  

·         Social  

·         Technical  

·         Managerial


Question 9

Sending data to the Cloud and transmitting response data back to an edge device is a more desirable approach for time-sensitive applications. 

·         True  

·         False


Question 10

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of IoT network traffic that makes its integration into the Internet a challenge?  

·         Low throughput  

·         Large packet sizes

·         Frequent topology changes 

·         High packet loss



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