Microtubule-based neuro-fuzzy nested framework for security of cyber-physical system

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Abstract

Objective: Network and system security of cyber-physical system are of vital significance in the present information correspondence environment. Hackers and network intruders can make numerous fruitful endeavors to bring crashing of the networks and web services by unapproved interruption. Computing systems connected to the internet are stood up to with a plenty of security threats, running from exemplary computer worms to impart drive-by downloads and bot networks. In the most recent years, these threats have achieved another nature of automation and sophistication, rendering most defenses inadequate. Ordinary security measures that depend on the manual investigation of security incidents and attack advancement intrinsically neglect to give an assurance from these threats. Methods: As an outcome, computer systems regularly stay unprotected over longer time frames. This study presents a network intrusion detection based on machine learning as a perfect match for this issue as learning strategies give the capacity to naturally dissect data and backing early detection of threats. Results and Discussion: The results from the study have created practical results so far, and there is eminent wariness in the community about learning based defenses. Machine learning-based intrusion detection and network security systems are one of these solutions. It dissects and predicts the practices of clients, and after that, these practices will be viewed as an attack or a typical conduct.

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Rai, A., & Jagadeesh Kannan, R. (2017). Microtubule-based neuro-fuzzy nested framework for security of cyber-physical system. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 10, 230–234. https://doi.org/10.22159/ajpcr.2017.v10s1.19646

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