A dynamic intrusion detection hierarchy for MANETs

@article{Sterne2009ADI,
  title={A dynamic intrusion detection hierarchy for MANETs},
  author={Daniel Sterne and Geoffrey Lawler},
  journal={2009 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-8}
}
MANETs lack natural concentration points at which a single dedicated node can monitor all network traffic for intrusions. Consequently, detecting attacks on MANETs requires distributed, cooperative intrusion detection techniques. We examine an approach to organizing a cooperative intrusion detection system for MANETs as a dynamic hierarchy that adapts to changes in topology and other environmental factors. We describe the rationale for this approach, the design of a set of hierarchy services to… CONTINUE READING

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