Project information

Cooperative Adaptive Mechanism for Network Protection (CAMNEP)

Project Identification
Project Period
1/2007 - 12/2007
Investor / Pogramme / Project type
U.S. Army RDECOM Acquisition Center
MU Faculty or unit
Institute of Computer Science
intrusion detection, network behavior analysis, multi-agent system, trust, anomaly detection, programable hardware
Cooperating Organization
Czech Technical University Prague

The goal of the CAMNEP project is to combine the high-bandwidth network
traffic acquisition devices with distributed and adaptive multi-agent
system to deliver a concept of efficient, effective and self-managing
Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS). This system would be deployed
on backbone links of one or more network operators in order to detect
malicious traffic, minimizing the rate of false positives/negatives that
renders current systems less effective. Attack detection process will
rely on cooperation between a community of trusting agents, each
specialized in one aspect of traffic characteristics. We aim to further
reduce the system operational costs by providing basic self-adaptation
capabilities, using the coordination methods from multi-agent field and
adaptive software/hardware in traffic acquisition layer. The system
operation and adaptation will be supervised and regulated via advanced
user interface, that would proactively seek additional information for
each incident and will also allow policy specification.


Total number of publications: 12

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