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Intensive Use of Bayesian Belief Networks for the Unified, Flexible and Adaptable Analysis of Misuses and Anomalies in Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems

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1 Author(s)
Bringas, P.G. ; Univ. of Deusto, Bilbao

This paper describes the ESIDE-Depian intrusion detection and prevention system, which uses Bayesian structural and parametric learning and also evidence propagation and adaptation, in order to improve the accuracy and manageability of network intrusion detection systems (NIDS). Current NIDS do not consider the two main detection paradigms, i.e. misuse detection and anomaly detection, in an unified style, so the analysis is not inherently complete. Besides, historical data are not generally used, neither for analysis nor for sequential adaptation of the knowledge representation models used for detection; hence this wealthy information about the essence and the potential trends of the target system is not commonly considered. Thus, by the generalized use of Bayesian belief networks, ESIDE-Depian achieves the main goal of detecting and preventing both well-known and also zero-day attacks with excellent results, by means of unified real-time analysis of network traffic.

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2007. DEXA '07. 18th International Workshop on

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3-7 Sept. 2007