software development project


Think about a software development project that has been conducted for a hospital.   The product being developed is a frontend web portal and backend software that processes the patient data resides in the hospital database. The name of the frontend web portal is MyHealth. Patients will see their test results, diagnosis reports, prescriptions, past, and upcoming reservation information in MyHealth portal. They will also have the opportunity of chatting with their doctors. Answer the questions below based on this information.

Question 1

What kind of technologies/methods should be used to ensure that the patients’ privacy will be guaranteed?

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Question 2

Review the top 10 web application security risk ( Select 2 of them and explain the potential impact of those on privacy.

Question 3

Describe security practices that fall into the “Requirements” phase of the SDLC?  Explain the projection of these practices in the upcoming phase of the SDLC.


Speech Outline Template

*Please note that the purpose of this template is to assist you with correctly formatting an outline. Please carefully review the Assignment Overview and help videos in the course. Also, your outline should not include complete paragraphs, entire speech, or an essay.*


*Add your own information to this template simply use this as a guide for formatting. Reminder: all sources must be cited both in-text and in the Sources section using SWS. Please see the text below (highlighted in green) for examples of SWS citations.


Speech Outline Template

  1. Introduction
  2. A) Attention getter (Quote, Statistic, Anecdote, etc. – cite all outside information).
  3. B) Purpose (topic of the speech).
  4. C) Preview your Main Points (1, 2 and 3).
  5. Main point 1
  6. Main point 2
  7. Main point 3
  8. Body
  9. Main point #1
  10. Supporting Detail/Research/Example (Smith, 1).
  11. Supporting Detail/Research/Example.
  12. Supporting Detail/Research/Example.
  13. Main point #2
  14. Supporting Detail/Research/Example (Adams, 2)
  15. Supporting Detail/Research/Example
  16. Supporting Detail/Research/Example
  17. Main point #3
  18. Supporting Detail/Research/Example
  19. Supporting Detail/Research/Example (Smith, 1)
  20. Supporting Detail/Research/Example (Adams, 2)

III. Conclusion

  1. A) Review your Main Points (1, 2 and 3)
  2. Main point 1
  3. Main point 2
  4. Main point 3
  5. B) Purpose (Restate speech topic)
  6. C) Memorable Conclusion (Quote, Statistic, or Anecdote, Call to Action)



(Replace with your own sources-this shows correct formatting only)

  1. Bob Smith. 2015. Importance of an Outline.


  1. Jane Adams. 2018. Using Presentations Effectively.