Intrusion Detection and Forensics for Self-Defending Wireless Networks
Final rept. Dec 2006-Nov 2010
NORTHWESTERN UNIV EVANSTON IL
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In this YIP project we proposed self-defending wireless networks have three components 1 automatic detection and signature generation for zero-day polymorphic worms 2 situational-aware analysis and forensics for botnet scan, and 3 vulnerability analysis of wireless network protocols. In summary, we fulfill the task completely and have achieved significant results as follows 1 20 peer-reviewed conference papers and 9 journal papers in top venues such as ACM SIGCOMM, ACMUSENIX NSDI, NDSS, and ACM Transaction in Networking ToN, 2 4 book chapters, 3 3 pending patents, and 4 numerous articles that are currently under review. Furthermore, my YIP research was featured in the article entitled AFOSR-Supported YIP Research Leads to Algorithms That Deflect Network Attackers, in Air Force Print News. October 18, 2010.
- Computer Systems Management and Standards