IJMTES -IMPROVED NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION AND PREVENTION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : IMPROVED NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION AND PREVENTION

Author’s Name : A Dhivyabharathi | Dr S Kalaiselviunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 02 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 64-66

Abstract – In this age of gigabit Ethernet and broadband internet, network security has been the top priority for most of the researchers. Technology advancements have advantages as well as disadvantages. Most of the communication of present world, the e-world, takes place online, through the internet. Thus the context of network intrusions and attacks to hack into servers also came into existence. Internet security is a fashionable and fast-moving field; the attacks that are catching the headlines can change significantly from one year to the next. Regardless of whether they’re directly relevant to the work you do, network-based attacks are so high-profile that they are likely to have some impact, even if you only use hacker stories to get your client to allocate increased budgets to counter the more serious threats.

KeywordsIntrusion Detection System, Prevention, Vulnerability, Security

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