A fast unsupervised preprocessing method for network monitoring

@article{Lopez2019AFU,
  title={A fast unsupervised preprocessing method for network monitoring},
  author={M. A. Lopez and Diogo M. F. Mattos and O. Duarte and G. Pujolle},
  journal={Annals of Telecommunications},
  year={2019},
  volume={74},
  pages={139-155}
}
Identifying a network misuse takes days or even weeks, and network administrators usually neglect zero-day threats until a large number of malicious users exploit them. Besides, security applications, such as anomaly detection and attack mitigation systems, must apply real-time monitoring to reduce the impacts of security incidents. Thus, information processing time should be as small as possible to enable an effective defense against attacks. In this paper, we present a fast preprocessing… Expand
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