Distributed Intrusion Detection Systems: A Computational Intelligence Approach

Distributed Intrusion Detection Systems: A Computational Intelligence Approach

Ajith Abraham (Chung-Ang University, Korea) and Johnson Thomas (Oklahoma State University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-640-2.ch005
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Abstract

Computer security is defined as the protection of computing systems against threats to confidentiality, integrity and availability. An intrusion is defined as any set of actions that attempt to compromise the integrity, confidentiality or availability of a resource. The process of monitoring the events occurring in a computer system or network and analyzing them for sign of intrusions is known as Intrusion Detection System (IDS). A Distributed IDS (DIDS) consists of several IDS over a large network (s), all of which communicate with each other, or with a central server that facilitates advanced network monitoring. In a distributed environment, DIDS are implemented using co-operative intelligent agents distributed across the network(s). This chapter presents a framework for a DIDS comprised of a multi-agent framework with computational intelligent techniques, to reduce the data features to create lightweight detection systems and a hybrid-intelligent system approach to improve detection accuracy.

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Acknowledgments
Hussein A. Abbass, Daryl Essam
Chapter 1
Daryl Essam, Hussein A. Abbass
With the increase in the complexity of terrorism’s networks and activities, the advances in chemical and biological warfare, and the use of... Sample PDF
All Hazards Analysis: A Complexity Perspective
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Chapter 2
Michael Barlow, Robert Cox
This chapter discusses the use of abstract multi-agent models of conflict — ABDs (Agent-Based Distillation) — for security and defense purposes. The... Sample PDF
Small & Simple: Application-Specific Multi-Agent Systems
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Chapter 3
Ang Yang, Hussein A. Abbass, Ruhul Sarker
Red teaming is the process of studying a problem by anticipating adversary behaviors. When done in simulations, the behavior space is divided into... Sample PDF
How Hard Is It To Red Team?
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Anthony H. Dekker, Bernard Colbert
Events of the past few years have shown how today’s modern technological society is critically dependent on critical infrastructure networks such as... Sample PDF
Network Robustness for Critical Infrastructure Networks
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Chapter 5
Ajith Abraham, Johnson Thomas
Computer security is defined as the protection of computing systems against threats to confidentiality, integrity and availability. An intrusion is... Sample PDF
Distributed Intrusion Detection Systems: A Computational Intelligence Approach
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Michael Barlow
This chapter covers the emerging area of the use of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) computer games for military, defense and security purposes. A... Sample PDF
The Game of Defense and Security
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Katina Michael, Amelia Masters
Spurred by the recent escalation of terrorist attacks and their increasingly devastating outcomes, defense intelligence in the context of homeland... Sample PDF
Realized Applications of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence
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Katina Michael, Amelia Masters
The adoption of positioning technologies to supplement, complement and function as defense intelligence applications has become widely accepted... Sample PDF
The Advancement of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence
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Cecilia Andrews, Edward Lewis
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Simulating Complexity-Based Ethics for Crucial Decision Making in Counter Terrorism
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