Diversity with Intrusion Detection Systems: An Empirical Study

Algaith, A., Elia, I. A., Gashi, I. & Vieira, M. R. (2017). Diversity with Intrusion Detection Systems: An Empirical Study. Paper presented at the The 16th IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications, 30 Oct - 01 Nov 2017, Boston, USA.

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Defence-in-depth is a term often used in security literature to denote architectures in which multiple security protection systems are deployed to defend the valuable assets of an organization (e.g. the data and the services). In this paper we present an approach for analysing defence-in-depth, and illustrate the use of the approach with an empirical study in which we have assessed the detection capabilities of intrusion detection systems when deployed in diverse, two-version, parallel defence-in-depth configurations. The configurations have been assessed in settings that favour detection of attacks (reducing false negatives), as well as settings that favour legitimate traffic (reducing false positives).

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Uncontrolled Keywords: diversity analysis; security analysis; quantitative assessment; intrusion detection systems
Divisions: School of Informatics > Department of Computing
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/18335

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