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A Game Theoretic Analysis of Intrusion Detection in Access Control Systems
 

Summary: A Game Theoretic Analysis of Intrusion Detection in Access
Control Systems
Tansu Alpcan and Tamer Bas¸ar
Abstract-- We present a game-theoretic analysis of intrusion
detection in access control systems. A security game between
the attacker and the intrusion detection system is investigated
both in finite and continuous-kernel versions, where in the
latter case players are associated with specific cost functions.
The distributed virtual sensor network based on software
agents with imperfect detection capabilities is also captured
within the model introduced. This model is then extended
to take the dynamic characteristics of the sensor network
into account. Properties of the resulting dynamic system
and repeated games between the players are discussed both
analytically and numerically.
I. INTRODUCTION
The increasing electronic interaction and collaboration
between various organizations and economic entities on a
global scale results in information management systems,
which are today far more complex and sophisticated than

  

Source: Alpcan, Tansu - Deutsche Telekom Laboratories & Technische Universität Berlin

 

Collections: Engineering