Toward unsupervised classification of non-uniform cyber attack tracks

@article{Du2009TowardUC,
  title={Toward unsupervised classification of non-uniform cyber attack tracks},
  author={Haitao Du and Chris Murphy and Jordan Bean and Shanchieh Jay Yang},
  journal={2009 12th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2009},
  pages={1919-1925}
}
As adversary activities move into cyber domains, attacks are not necessarily associated with physical entities. As a result, observations of an enemy's Course of Action (eCoA) may be sporadic, or non-uniform, with potentially more missing and noisy data. Traditional classification methods, in this case, can become ineffective to differentiate correlated observations or attack tracks. This paper formalizes this new challenge and discusses three solution approaches from seemingly unrelated fields… CONTINUE READING

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