Konstantinos G. Kyriakopoulos

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The production of a large-scale monitoring system for a high-speed network leads to a number of challenges. These challenges are not purely techinical but also socio-political and legal. The number of stakeholders in a such a monitoring activity is large including the network operators, the users, the equipment manufacturers and of course the monitoring(More)
Monitoring and measuring various metrics of high-speed networks produces a vast amount of information over a long period of time making the storage of the metrics a serious issue. Previous work has suggested stream aware compression algorithms, among others, i.e. methodologies that try to organise the network packets in a compact way in order to occupy less(More)
Personal use of this material is permitted. However, permission to reprint/republish this material for advertising or promotional purposes or for creating new collective works for resale or redistribution to servers or lists, or to reuse any copyrighted component of this work in other works must be obtained from the IEEE. Abstract—Monitoring and measuring(More)
—Computer networks and more specifically wireless communication networks are increasingly becoming susceptible to more sophisticated and untraceable attacks. Most of the current Intrusion Detection Systems either focus on just one layer of observation or use a limited number of metrics without proper data fusion techniques. However, the true status of a(More)
Monitoring and measuring various metrics of high data rate and high capacity networks produces a vast amount of information over a long period of time. Characteristics such as throughput and delay are derived from packet level information and can be represented as time series signals. This paper looks at the Embedded Zero Tree algorithm, proposed by(More)