Friday 24th of November 2017
 

An Autonomic Intrusion Detection Model with Multi-Attribute Auction Mechanism


Qingtao Wu, Xulong Zhang, Ruijuan Zheng and Mingchuan Zhang

We present an innovative intrusion detection model based on autonomic computing to extend the passive detection mechanism in a traditional intrusion detection system (IDS). Centered on an autonomic manager, this model introduces a multi-attribute auction mechanism in the agent coordination layer to perceive environmental changes, manage and allocate resources, and achieve an active response to intrusions or attacks. Experimental results show that the model can improve the adaptability and detection accuracy of the IDS effectively, through its rational parameter configuration capability.

Keywords: Intrusion detection, Autonomic computing, Auction mechanism, Agent coordination

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Qingtao Wu
got his PhD degree in computer science from East China University of Science and Technology, in 2006, on network and information security. He¡¯s Associate Professor in Computer Science at Electronic & Information Engineering College of Henan University of Science and Technology, China. He¡¯s currently managing and leading 2 projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China to address the autonomic mechanism for the retainment and enhancement of system security. His main research interests include computer system security, intelligent information processing, etc.

Xulong Zhang
received his Bachelor\'s degree in Computer Science and Technology in 2011. He is currently a Master Degree Candidate directed by Dr. Qingtao Wu in Computer Science at Electronic & Information Engineering College of Henan University of Science and Technology, China. His research is focused on network security.

Ruijuan Zheng
got her PhD degree in computer science from Harbin Engineering University, in 2008, on autonomic system security. She¡¯s Associate Professor in Computer Science at Electronic & Information Engineering College of Henan University of Science and Technology, China. Her main research interests include computer system security, network security, etc.

Mingchuan Zhang
got his master degree in computer science from Harbin Engineering University, in 2005, on intelligent information processing. He¡¯s lecturer in Computer Science at Electronic & Information Engineering College of Henan University of Science and Technology, China. Her main research interests include computer system security, intelligent information processing, etc.


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