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Adaptive real-time anomaly detection for safeguarding by by Kalle Burbeck.

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When intrusion detection systems are applied on a larger scale with many deployed systems, the resulting alerts may in turn be processed by alert-based intrusion detection systems. By correlating alerts relating to the same event detection accuracy can be improved by the combined information from multiple detectors. Furthermore, the total number of alerts that needs to be analysed may be decreased if alerts relating to the same event are grouped together. Detection method To successfully detect attacks, the intrusion detection system needs to be able to differentiate attacks from normal data using an internal model of attacks and/or normal data.

The platform provides the most important functionality needed by the agents including life cycle management, naming services, service discovery and communications. 2 shows the architecture of SAP. 1, one difference is the lack of an explicit agent management system in the architecture. This functionality is provided by the separate lookup-server. To obtain good performance plain IP/TCP sockets are used for implementing the message transport system. The choice of implementation is abstracted away by the platform.

2. 2: Safeguard agent platform architecture (SAP). SAP was designed to be light-weight and also allow agents to be implemented in both C and Java. The platform provides the most important functionality needed by the agents including life cycle management, naming services, service discovery and communications. 2 shows the architecture of SAP. 1, one difference is the lack of an explicit agent management system in the architecture. This functionality is provided by the separate lookup-server. To obtain good performance plain IP/TCP sockets are used for implementing the message transport system.

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