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Classification and Technical Analysis of Network Intrusion Detection Systems
International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science (2017)
  • Nanda Nilesh
System and network technology provide great convenience for rapid development. Network infrastructure devices help greatly in
managing various spines of any enterprise like bank accounts, online transaction, transportation, social insurance, protection,
correspondence and computer networks systems; but at the same time may suffer from unauthorized access, data theft, network abuse, data
modification and DOS (denial of service) attacks which prevent assurance of continuous service to legitimate users of the network. For these
reasons, The detection of attacks has been an important aspect of the efforts of uncovered system scam. Network security experts need much
more alert accuracy and overall threat analysis in the number of ways to secure their network within cyberspace. Improvements in network
intrusion detection and a more comprehensive approach can be made possible from several different hybrid sources. Network intrusion
detection (NID) is the answer to all these threats and has regularly been studied in both educational and industrially by various
renowned authors. This paper presents the findings and conclusions obtained from detailed literature review and gives a survey on the
state of art of this research. Some conclusions on research trends are also discussed.
  • security,
  • intrusion detection systems,
  • signatures,
  • alets
Publication Date
Spring May 8, 2017
Citation Information
Nanda Nilesh. "Classification and Technical Analysis of Network Intrusion Detection Systems" International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science Vol. 8 Iss. 5 (2017) p. 657 - 661 ISSN: 0976-5697
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