2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience

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Summary:

Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important with the explosion of attack surfaces as more cyber-physical systems are being deployed. It is impractical to create models with acceptable performance for every single computing infrastructure and the various attack scenarios due to the cost of collecting labeled data and training models. Hence it is important to be able to develop models that can take advantage of knowledge available in an attack source domain to improve performance in a target domain with little domain specific data. In this work we propose Domain Adaptive Host-based Intrusion Detection DAHID; an approach for detecting attacks in multiple domains for cybersecurity. Specifically, we implemented a deep learning model which utilizes a substantially smaller amount of target domain data for host-based intrusion detection. In our experiments we used two datasets from Australian Defense Force Academy; ADFA-WD as the source domain and ADFA-WD:SAA as the target domain.

Author(s):

Oluwagbemiga Ajayi    
University of Maryland Baltimore County
United States

Aryya Gangopadhyay    
University of Maryland Baltimore County
United States

 


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