Date of Award
Master of Science
In this era of web technology driven by social networks, cloud computing, big data, and E-business, technology is also rapidly evolving. Most of the information is stored and managed via the Internet. With an increase in these development tools and techniques, cyber-crime is constantly increasing. The level of damage these attacks cause to the system affects the organizations to the core. Contemporary Deep Learning and Machine Learning technologies have become the popular choice of intrusion detection systems for the detection and prediction of cyber-attack. Similarly, cyber-security visualization is also an integral and essential part of monitoring network traffic and optimization. Abundant work has already been done to detect attacks, but monitoring these attacks still appears as elusive as detection for cyber analysts. However, the current open-source visualization tool has not been integrated with Deep Learning models to gain intelligence on the network. While many researchers  are already working on cyber-attack defense mechanisms, this research also takes advantage of Deep Learning and Machine Learning technologies to contribute to the work against such crimes. A novel Deep Learning enhanced visualization tool is also proposed for malicious traffic node prediction and monitoring. The proposed method exploits the intriguing properties of Deep Learning models to gain intelligence for network monitoring. A real-world DARPA dataset has been used to validate the proposed method.
Index Terms—Cyber-security, data analysis, data science, darpa-dataset, decision tree, deep learning, deep neural network, DL model, ML model, network analysis tool, network monitoring tool, supervised learning, support vector machine, visualization tool.
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Dhemare, V. B. (2023). Deep Learning Enhanced Visulization Tool For Network Monitroing. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/1522