Adaptive classifier-based intrusion detection system using logistic regression and Euclidean distance on network probe vectors in resource constrained networks Online publication date: Mon, 15-Nov-2021
by Rahul Saha; Gulshan Kumar; Mritunjay Kumar Rai; Hye-jin Kim
International Journal of Information and Computer Security (IJICS), Vol. 16, No. 3/4, 2021
Abstract: Intrusion detection system is a second layer of security in network security paradigm. With the progressing wireless technologies, the malicious activities are also increased with a rapid pace. But to secure the data communication in such environment, we need to have intrusion detection mechanism in use. Several mechanisms are introduced for the intrusion detection purpose. These existing algorithms are also capable of incorporating adaptive features but lack in the complexity and usability issues. Moreover, the real time adaptive learning is a missing link in these algorithms. In this paper, we have proposed a model of intrusion detection that deals with the learning mechanism on network probe data and identifies the intrusion by detecting the outliers with logistic regression. We have used Euclidean distance for outlier detection. The results show that our model is less complex in terms of time consumption and efficiently detects the intrusions.
Online publication date: Mon, 15-Nov-2021
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