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Real-time context-aware network security policy enforcement system (RC-NSPES)

Badii, A., Carter, A., Handzlik, A., Bojanic, S., Englert, T., Patel, D., Pejovic, V., Chorazyczewski, A., Hameed, K. and Bankovic, Z. (2009) Real-time context-aware network security policy enforcement system (RC-NSPES). In: 5th International Conference on Networking and Services (ICNS), Valencia, Spain.

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The major technical objectives of the RC-NSPES are to provide a framework for the concurrent operation of reactive and pro-active security functions to deliver efficient and optimised intrusion detection schemes as well as enhanced and highly correlated rule sets for more effective alerts management and root-cause analysis. The design and implementation of the RC-NSPES solution includes a number of innovative features in terms of real-time programmable embedded hardware (FPGA) deployment as well as in the integrated management station. These have been devised so as to deliver enhanced detection of attacks and contextualised alerts against threats that can arise from both the network layer and the application layer protocols. The resulting architecture represents an efficient and effective framework for the future deployment of network security systems.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:14568
Uncontrolled Keywords:Network Security Policy Enforcement, Intrusion detection system, FPGA, contextualised alerts, communication protocols, (generic) security rules, rules language, string matching algorithm, network management station, machine learning algorithm, RC-NSPES, real-time IDS

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