Due to the demanding performance requirements of packet-based monitoring solutions on network equipment, flow-based intrusion detection systems will play an increasingly important role in current high-speed networks. The required technologies are already available and widely deployed: NetFlow and the newer IPFIX aggregate packets into flows and are applicable in networks with line speeds in excess of 1Gbit/s. Intrusion detection systems need to be modified in order to deal with the aggregated flow data. As such, we have to consider constraints on the real-time and accurate detection of intrusions, imposed by the nature of current flow monitoring technologies. This poster presents a framework for flow-based intrusion detection, aiming to detect intrusions in real-time, and to be resilient against negative effects of attacks on monitoring systems.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - May 2012|
|Event||TERENA Networking Conference 2012 - Reykjavik, Iceland|
Duration: 21 May 2012 → 24 May 2012
|Conference||TERENA Networking Conference 2012|
|Period||21/05/12 → 24/05/12|
|Other||21-24 May 2012|