Paper: Network Systems Intrusion: Concept, Detection, Decision, and Prevention

My paper Network Systems Intrusion: Concept, Detection, Decision, and Prevention is published here, go to page 40.

Abstract:

This paper analyzes concepts for intrusion detection processes; building decision making (DM) criteria on the bases of intrusion detection, and prevention based on DM as a last level of protection in computer systems and networks. The second part of the paper discusses a practical implementation for Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS), based on Wireless technology (WIDPS). Basically paper concentrates on the problems/answers of how to differentiate between legal and illegal access, i.e. intrusion and what are the key and root causes of this difference. Two issues are differenced: finding the set of concepts needed for detection and a set of criteria for DM in IDPS. Paper concludes with achieved results and future goals related to automated DM process in wireless technology.

If you want to reference or cite this paper, here are data:

  • Dragan Pleskonjic, Sanida Omerovic, Saso Tomazic, “Network Systems Intrusion: Concept, Detection, Decision, and Prevention”, IPSI BgD Transactions on Internet Research, January 2007, Volume 3, Number 1, ISSN 1820-4503, pages 40-49.
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