PIRIDS: A Model on Intrusion Response System Based on Biologically Inspired Response Mechanism in Plants

Rupam Kumar Sharma, Hemanta Kumar Kalita, Biju Issac

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Abstract

Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) are one of the primary components in keeping a network secure. They are classified into different forms based on the nature of their functionality such as Host based IDS, Network based IDS and Anomaly based IDS. However, Literature survey portrays different evasion techniques of IDS. Thus it is always important to study the responsive behavior of IDS after such failures. The state of the art shows that much work have been done on IDS on contrary to little on Intrusion Response System (IRS). In this paper we propose a model of IRS based on the inspiration derived from the functioning of defense and response mechanism in plants such Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR). The proposed model is the first attempt of its kind with the objective to develop an efficient response mechanism in a network subsequent to the failure of IDS, adopting plants as a source of inspiration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovations in Bio-Inspired Computing and Applications
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Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2015

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Sharma, R. K., Kalita, H. K., & Issac, B. (2015). PIRIDS: A Model on Intrusion Response System Based on Biologically Inspired Response Mechanism in Plants. In Innovations in Bio-Inspired Computing and Applications (pp. -)