The Internet is quickly becoming entrenched in the communication and commercial sectors of everyday life. With this movement away from traditional fixed infrastructure we are also moving away from the traditional securities placed within fixed infrastructure. This has led to increasing numbers of attacks designed to infiltrate or disrupt the activities being performed by companies and individuals on the Internet. We are exploring the applicability of visualization techniques in conjunction with a well-known intrusion detection system (Hummer) for the detection and analysis of misuse of computer systems connected to the Internet. The visualization techniques will allow users to identify the behavior of users connecting to the system and identify those whose intentions are unwelcome.
For further information please contact Dr Jonathan Roberts on ext 7571 or Janet Bayfield on ext 7618.
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