A human-centred model for network flow analysis

Merien, Thibaud and Brosset, David and Bellekens, Xavier and Claramunt, Christophe; (2019) A human-centred model for network flow analysis. In: 2018 2nd Cyber Security in Networking Conference (CSNet). IEEE, FRA. ISBN 9781538670453

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    Computer networks are ubiquitous and growing exponentially, with a predicted 50 billion devices connected by 2050. This tremendous growth dramatically increases the attack surface of both private and public networks. These attacks often influence the behaviour of the system, leading to the detection of the attack. In this manuscript we model the path of an attack through the network by graphs. The model developed aims to better integer attackers intentions. Using the data produced by 5 honeypots, we apply our model. The preliminary results show that the approach is useful to rapidly detect anomalies in the experiment dataset.

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    Merien, Thibaud, Brosset, David, Bellekens, Xavier ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1849-5788 and Claramunt, Christophe;