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CORR
2008
Springer
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9 years 7 months ago
Sensing Danger: Innate Immunology for Intrusion Detection
The immune system provides an ideal metaphor for anomaly detection in general and computer security in particular. Based on this idea, artificial immune systems have been used for...
Uwe Aickelin, Julie Greensmith
CORR
2010
Springer
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9 years 7 months ago
Detecting Danger: Applying a Novel Immunological Concept to Intrusion Detection Systems
Julie Greensmith, Uwe Aickelin, Jamie Twycross
CORR
2010
Springer
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9 years 7 months ago
Dendritic Cells for Anomaly Detection
Artificial immune systems, more specifically the negative selection algorithm, have previously been applied to intrusion detection. The aim of this research is to develop an intrus...
Julie Greensmith, Jamie Twycross, Uwe Aickelin
SECURWARE
2008
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
ToLeRating UR-STD
A new emerging paradigm of Uncertain Risk of Suspicion, Threat and Danger, observed across the field of information security, is described. Based on this paradigm a novel approac...
Jan Feyereisl, Uwe Aickelin
AAAI
2006
9 years 8 months ago
When Gossip is Good: Distributed Probabilistic Inference for Detection of Slow Network Intrusions
Intrusion attempts due to self-propagating code are becoming an increasingly urgent problem, in part due to the homogeneous makeup of the internet. Recent advances in anomalybased...
Denver Dash, Branislav Kveton, John Mark Agosta, E...
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