Data Mining Methods for Network Intrusion Detection

@inproceedings{Brugger2004DataMM,
  title={Data Mining Methods for Network Intrusion Detection},
  author={S Terry Brugger},
  year={2004}
}
Network intrusion detection systems have become a standard component in security infrastructures. Unfortunately, current systems are poor at detecting novel attacks without an unacceptable level of false alarms. We propose that the solution to this problem is the application of an ensemble of data mining techniques which can be applied to network connection data in an offline environment, augmenting existing real-time sensors. In this paper, we expand on our motivation, particularly with regard… CONTINUE READING
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