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2. 08102 Working Group – Early Warning Systems

Authors Joachim Biskup, Bernhard Hämmerli, Michael Meier, Sebastian Schmerl, Jens Tölle, Michael Vogel



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Joachim Biskup
Bernhard Hämmerli
Michael Meier
Sebastian Schmerl
Jens Tölle
Michael Vogel

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Joachim Biskup, Bernhard Hämmerli, Michael Meier, Sebastian Schmerl, Jens Tölle, and Michael Vogel. 2. 08102 Working Group – Early Warning Systems. In Perspectives Workshop: Network Attack Detection and Defense. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 8102, pp. 1-2, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2008)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.08102.2

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Early Warning Systems aim at detecting unclassified but potentially harmful sys-tem behavior based on preliminary indications and are complementary to Intrusion Detection Systems. Both kinds of systems try to detect, identify and react before pos-sible damage occurs and contribute to an integrated and aggregated situation report (big picture). A particular emphasis of Early Warning Systems is to establish hypotheses and predictions as well as to generate advises in still not completely understood situations. Thus the term early has two meanings, a) to start early in time aiming to minimize damage, and b) to process uncertain and incomplete information.
Keywords
  • Intrusion detection and prevention
  • attack response and countermeasures
  • reactive security
  • automated security
  • survivability and self-protection
  • ma network monitoring
  • flow analysis
  • denial of service detection and response
  • event correlation

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