Network Attack Analysis and the Behaviour Engine

@article{Benham2013NetworkAA,
  title={Network Attack Analysis and the Behaviour Engine},
  author={Anthony Benham and Huw Read and Iain Sutherland},
  journal={2013 IEEE 27th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA)},
  year={2013},
  pages={106-113}
}
Behaviour Engines allow the acquirement of tacit (implicit or none verbalists) knowledge by using an acquire-by-action workflow and provide a direct interaction platform between the domain expert and the evolving project code based on an intuitive justification-conclusion language, thus surpassing legacy policy engines by being a self developing and learning mechanism. This paper seeks to formulate the current state of the art in technology and processes and attempts to merge the application of… CONTINUE READING

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