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High-Efficient Intrusion Detection Infrastructure

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High-Efficient Intrusion Detection Infrastructure
In recent years research activities in computer network security focus more actively on the development of effective methods in intrusion detection. The reason for this development is the rapidly increasing potential of threats to social, economical, and military information stored in information technology (IT) systems. Powerful and practically applicable mechanisms are required to protect critical infrastructures. Intrusion detection systems have been proven as a powerful means for the detection of IT security violations. They provide protection of computer and network resources by automatic detection of security violations. Some of these systems are able to initiate appropriate intrusion response actions. The crucial point for real-time applications, especially for host-based audit analysis, is the detection speed. In the paper we present the distributed intrusion detection infrastructure HEIDI which tackles this problem. HEIDI provides a module system based on sensors and agents t...
Thomas Holz, Michael Meier, Hartmut König
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where DFN
Authors Thomas Holz, Michael Meier, Hartmut König
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