Intrusion Detection Based on Self-Organizing Map and Artificial Immunisation Algorithm
The rate of false positives which caused by the variability of environment and user behavior limits the applications of intrusion detecting system in real world. Intrusion detection is an important technique in the defense-in-depth network security framework and a hot topic in computer security in recent years. To solve the intrusion detection question, we introduce the self-organizing map and artificial immunisation algorithm into intrusion detection. In this paper, we give an method of rule extraction based on self-organizing map and artificial immunisation algorithm and used in intrusion detection. After illustrating our model with a representative dataset and applying it to the real-world datasets MIT lpr system calls. The experimental result shown that We propose an idea of learning different representations for system call arguments. Results indicate that this information can be effectively used for detecting more attacks with reasonable space and time overhead. So our experiment is feasible and effective that using in intrusion detection.
Z. G. Chen et al., "Intrusion Detection Based on Self-Organizing Map and Artificial Immunisation Algorithm", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 439-440, pp. 29-34, 2010