Applying mobile agents to intrusion detection and response

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD .

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  • Computer networks -- Security measures -- United States.,
  • Computer networks -- Access control -- United States.,
  • Computer security -- United States.,
  • Mobile agents (Computer security) -- United States.,
  • Data protection -- United States.

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StatementWayne Jansen ... [et al.].
SeriesNISTIR -- 6416.
ContributionsJansen, Wayne., National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiii, 46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17702755M

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Effective intrusion detection capability is an elusive goal, not solved easily or with a single mechanism. However, mobile agents go a long way toward realizing the ideal behavior desired in an Intrusion Detection System (IDS). This report is an initial foray into the relatively unexplored terrain of using Mobile Agents for Intrusion Detection Systems (MAIDS).Cited by: Get this from a library.

Applying mobile agents to intrusion detection and response. [Wayne A Jansen; National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.);]. However, the nature of ad hoc networks makes them vulnerable to security attacks. Existing security technologies such as intrusion prevention and intrusion detection are passive in response to intrusions in that their countermeasures are only to protect the networks and there is no automated, network-wide counteraction against detected by: 1.

Implementing an effective intrusion detection capability is an elusive goal, not solved easily or with a single mechanism. However, we argue that mobile agent technology goes a long way toward realizing the ideal behavior desired in an Intrusion Detection System.

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Download Citation | Applying mobile agents in an immune-system based intrusion detection system / | Word-processed copy. Thesis ()--University of South Africa, Includes bibliographical. Raja Datta, Ningrinla Marchang, in Handbook on Securing Cyber-Physical Critical Infrastructure, Effective Intrusion Detection Using Multiple Sensors.

Mobile agents can also be used to build an IDS as in [56].The said system consists of three main agents: monitoring agent, action agent, and decision agent, each taking care of a functionality thereby distributing the workload.

This book demystifies intrusion detection without oversimplifying the problem" -- Ruth Nelson, President, Information System Security From the Back Cover With the number of intrusion and hacking incidents around the world on the rise, the importance of having dependable intrusion detection systems in place is greater than by: In order to overcome these shortcomings of current intrusion detection techniques, we have constructed an immune agent by combining immune system with mobile agent.

a new distributed intrusion detection model based on mobile agent is proposed in this paper. Intelligent and mobile characteristics of the agent are used to make computing move to : Yongzhong Li, Chunwei Jing, Jing Xu.

Using Mobile Agents in Intrusion Detection System being conducted by various researchers including Wayne Jansen, Peter Mell, which worked on reification of their own model on specific network [ Mobile Agent-Based Intrusion Detection Systems In order to solve the aforementioned shortcomings, mobile agent technology is currently applied to IDS.

Mobile agent is a particular type of software agents which has the capability of moving from one host to another. It is an autonomous program situated within an environment, which. Applying Mobile Agents to Intrusion Detection and Response (Spi Edition) by Wayne Jansen (Au), Peter Mell, Tom Karygiannis, Don Marks Paperback, 51 Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast.

2 day shipping options An initial foray into the relatively unexplored terrain of using Mobile Agents (MAs) forIntrusion De Book Edition: Spi Edition.

Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS). Goal of Intrusion Detection Systems:. to detect an intrusion as it happens and be able to respond to it. False positives:. A false positive is a situation where something abnormal (as defined by the IDS) is reported, but it is not an intrusion.

Too many false positives. Keywords: Intrusion Detection System, Mobile agents, Network security 1. Introduction This paper starts off with some definitions of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), brief history of IDS, categories of IDS, IDS architecture and what is Snort. Then this paper will continue with the problem of traditional IDS that is.

indicates that this work is the c ontinuationof an ongoing research based on “an anomaly detection system called Audit Data Analysis and Mining” (ADAM).Their.

“Spe-cial section on data mining for intrusion detection and threat analysis: Adam: a testbed. The book also does a good job of describing IP fragmentation. I would also recommend that someone get Bejtlich's The Tao of Network Security Monitoring.

Read Network Intrusion Detection first then read The Tao. You will be an expert in the area of intrusion detection and network security by:   Intrusion Detection Systems has long been considered the most important reference for intrusion detection system equipment and implementation.

In this revised and expanded edition, it goes even further in providing the reader with a better understanding of how to design an integrated Edition: 2. Jansen W, Mell P, Karygiannis T, Marks D. Applying mobile agents to intrusion detection and response. National Institute of Standards and Technology Computer Security Division, NIST Interim Report (IR) – ; October Cited by: Thus, the network intrusion detection can be achieved by providing the security for each individual host.

The experimental results have known that the system can detect user anomalies effectively. This paper is organized in four sections. The introduction of the intrusion detection using mobile agents is presented in the above section 1. of mobile agents, their feasibility and efficacy in intrusion detection and response.

Using mobile agents for intrusion detection allows us to move away from transferring data from one node to the other for analysis and instead move the executing code to the data.

Use of. between the systems. Bin Dong proposed a intrusion detection system based on agents which uses the STAT technique [10] to detect the attacks. OVERVIEW OF IDS AND MOBILE AGENT Intrusion detection system (IDS) Intrusion Detection [14] is the process of monitoring the events occurring in a computer system or network and.

IDS Detection Methods /Techniques: Signature Based IDS and Anomaly Based IDS in Hindi - Duration: 5 Minutes Engineer views. Applying Mobile Agents to Intrusion Detection and Response Wayne Jansen, Peter Mell, Tom Karygiannis, Don Marks This report is an initial foray into the relatively unexplored terrain of using mobile agents for intrusions detection systems.

An Intrusion Detection System in network fetches the intrusions information from systems by using Mobile Agents aid. Intrusion Detection System detects intrusions based on the collected information and routes the intrusion.

The intelligent decisions on communications, permit agents to gain their goals more efficiently and provide more survivability and security of an agent system. to explore the applicability of intrusion detection systems to the evidence collection and management process. The project will review the performance and forensic acceptability of several types of intrusion detection systems in a laboratory environment.

Background and Problem Statement Intrusion detection, as a discipline, is fairly Size: 37KB. If an attacker takes out a mobile agent platform, the remaining agents estimate the location of the attacker and automatically avoid those networks.

Killed agents are resurrected by a group of backups that retain all or partial state information. We are implementing this technology as an API such that existing intrusion detection systems can Cited by: lows. Section 2 presents the basics of mobile agents. We list the advantages of mobile agent-based IDS in section 3.

Section 4 sheds light on some related re-search in mobile agent-based IDSs. We introduce our new distributed intrusion detection system based on the mobile agent technology in Section 5. The in.

Functional Behavior of Mobile Agent on Intrusion Detection System. Introduction and Overview With rapid development of wireless network applications, security.

CPS intrusion detection system (IDS) techniques based on two design dimensions: detection technique and effectiveness of IDS techniques as applying to CPSs and identify research gaps that and geographically dispersed.

These systems may be federated, mobile, attended or completely inaccessible. Enclaves define the edges of the segments File Size: KB. Distributed Intrusion Detection System Using Mobile Agent Supriya Khobragade, Puja Padiya Dept.

of Computer Engineering, Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology, Navi Mumbai, India Abstract- The goal of Distributed Intrusion Detection System is to analyze events on the network and identify by: 2.

Abstract: DIDMA (Distributed Intrusion Detection using Mobile Agents) is a novel architecture in the field of IDS (Intrusion Detection Systems), utilizing an agent-based approach in order to realize a distributed framework. The novelty in this architecture is the employment of mobile agents as.

In the past few decades, the rise in attacks on communication devices in networks has resulted in a reduction of network functionality, throughput, and performance. To detect and mitigate these network attacks, researchers, academicians, and practitioners developed Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) with automatic response systems.

The response system is considered an important component of Cited by: mobile agent intrusion detection techniques, comparisons of the techniques and tell more suitable for the intrusion detection. Mobile Agents A mobile agent is a software program that can be defined as autonomous executing programs to find the intrusion, move to another host, in a heterogeneous environment, without affected.

of intrusions. Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) with the use of mobile agents are the current trend and efficient techniques in detection. The paper reviews foundations of intrusion detection systems and the methodologies. A mobile agent is a type of agent with the ability to migrate from one host to another where it can resume its execution.

that host. The intelligent agents for intrusion detection project [7], have developed IDS using distributed multiple layers of lightweight intelligent mobile agents that apply data mining techniques to detect intrusions.

One of the most recent work described in [8], uses. Modeling an Enhanced Intrusion Detection System using Mobile Agent: A Methodological Framework Isah Olawale Mustapha benefit of using mobile agents in detecting intrusion cannot be response time such that the agent system usability and efficiency can be : Isah Olawale Mustapha, Rasheed Gbenga Jimoh.

Keywords: Intrusion Detection, Intrusion Response, Vulnerability Analysis, Mobile Agents, Immune System, Intrusion Deterrence. Introduction Information systems are required to survive in different environments in order to continuously provide their services.

They must be adaptable to different dynamic. applications. We evaluate the implications of applying mobile agent technology to the field of intrusion detection and present a distributed intrusion detection system (IDS) based on mobile agents that considers large-scale network environment in order to monitor multiple hosts connected via a network as well as the network itself.

Application Intrusion Detection ¥ Introduction ¥ Mitigating Exposures ¥ Monitoring Exposures ¥ Response Times ¥ Proactive Risk Analysis ¥ Summary. Response Times ¥ Time to Hack vs. Time to Detect ¥ People — Pager Notification — Email Notification — On Duty Security Personnel ¥ Authorities.

The intrusion detection system based on mobile agent is composed of several mobile agents who can migrate in the whole network and be developed on mobile agent platform.

The architecture of distributed intrusion detection system based on mobile agent can be shown in Fig. As can be seen from Fig.

2 that: the intrusion detection. ously described intrusion-detection problems, en-countered during incident-response. The objective of the technique is to identify the network devices that are likely to be compromised by the attacker.

The devices’ degree of likely compromise is also identified. By identifying the devices that are most likely to be compromised, the system.A Cloud-based Intrusion Detection and Response System for Mobile Phones Amir Houmansadr, Saman A.

Zonouz, and Robin Berthier University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign fahouman2, saliari2, [email protected] Abstract—As smart mobile phones, so called smartphones, are getting more complex and more powerful to efficiently pro.The deficiency of centralized intrusion detection systems leads the idea of mobile agents.

In an agent based IDS idea, there is no central station, therefore no central point of failure. In addition since agents behave independently, there is no hierarchy between them. A centralized ID system approach is not scalable, because under heavy.

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