DOI: 10.1155/2023/1216192 ISSN: 1939-0122

An Improved Big Data Analytics Architecture for Intruder Classification Using Machine Learning

Muhammad Babar, Sarah Kaleem, Adnan Sohail, Muhammad Asim, Muhammad Usman Tariq
  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Information Systems

The approval of retrieving information on the Internet originates several network securities matters. Intrusion recognition is a critical study in network security to spot unauthorized admission or occurrences on protected networks. Intrusion detection has a fully-fledged reputation in the current era. Research emphasizes several datasets to upsurge system precision and lessen the false-positive proportion. This article proposes a new intrusion detection system using big data analytics and deep learning to address some of the misuse and irregularity detection limitations. The proposed method could identify any odd activities in a network to recognize malicious or unauthorized action and permit a response during a confidentiality break. The proposed system utilizes the big data analytics platform based on parallel and distributed mechanisms. The parallel and distributed platforms improve the training time along with the accuracy. The experimentation appropriately classifies the information as either normal or abnormal. The proposed system has a recognition proportion of 96.11% that pointedly expands overall recognition accuracy related to existing strategies.

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