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The Model Design of Educational Administration Safety--Based on Intrusion Detection Technology

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2 Author(s)
Wang Wei ; Sch. of Public Finance & Manage., Harbin Univ. of Commerce, Harbin ; Liu Xitao

Security and stability of educational administration system in university is an important guarantee for information construction and orderly operation of teaching. Based on the analysis of university academic management system and characteristics of information security, this paper firstly analyses the current mainstream of information security model, and the college educational administration online timetable system, query results system, test management system and teaching system, then this paper establishes a whole work model on the basis of intrusion detection techniques and proposes to establish a data warehouse of intrusion detection. Furthermore, it collects agreement packet with sniffed tool and inputs the data packet into data warehouse, so it can deal with data by data mining techniques and founding the invasion actions of the innovational administrative system. Ultimately, we can establish an efficient and stable system to protect educational administration, and provide useful suggestions for universities' educational administration information security.

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Business and Information Management, 2008. ISBIM '08. International Seminar on  (Volume:2 )

Date of Conference:

19-19 Dec. 2008