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Invisible Intelligence Security System (IISS)

Invisible Intelligence Security System (IISS)

In this paper an attempt is made to fabricate an imperceptible/ invisible intelligence security system employing auto lock door practice which should distinguish between friend and foe. This is akin to a system which is mandatory to handle the situations resulting from the events like blasts/suicides attacks etc. A unique method of the secretive operated metal sensors system has been presented incorporating initially the Infra Red Transmitter and Infra Red Receiver at the gates for closing/opening purpose and then after the access to scan a human body instead of a having massive scanning system installed at the entrance gate of an organization/establishment which is even indiscernible/ invisible to a human eye. This system will automatically scan a human body while passing above these metal detectors installed beneath the ground. In the event of possession of any kind of metal/weapon or any radioactive material the gate fitted with such system will not be opened automatically rather it will remained closed as retaliation/reprisal against the foe. For a friend to enter the gate this system will make use of password challenging technique which would be already known within the organization securely. Further this manuscript will also address the practical/technical issues confronting in its manifestation.
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Image Security through Visible and Invisible Watermarking Techniques

Image Security through Visible and Invisible Watermarking Techniques

In the field of color images watermarking, many methods are accomplished by marking the image luminance, or by processing each color channel separately. Therefore, in paper [25], authors proposed a new DCT domain watermarking expressly devised for RGB color images based on the diversity technique in communication system. The watermark is hidden within the data in the same sequence by modifying a subset of the block. DCT coefficients of each color channel. Detection is based on combination method which takes into account the information conveyed by three color channels. Even if a particular channel is severely faded, they are still able to recover a reliable estimated of transmitted watermark through other propagation channel. Experimental results, as well as theoretical analysis, are presented to demonstrate the validity of the new approach with respect to algorithm operating on image luminance only.
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Intelligence System

Intelligence System

With more and more business switching to e-business model, cyber security has become a top priority. With the rise of more sophisticated attacks and lack of capabilities to detect, respond and prevent such attacks, the need for next level cyber security solutions has raised. To counter these everyday cyber-attacks, the organizations now need a much dynamic solution; a solution which is smart and intelligent just likes the security threats. So, there is a great emphasis on threat intelligence solutions. The Information Security market is buzzing about threat intelligence with many vendors coming up with new solutions. Often these solutions are very costly and are generally out of the reach of small firms and startups. This paper tries to overcome this obstacle by proposing a more cost effective way to achieve threat intelligence solutions. So, the main objective of this paper is to propose a way to leverage the benefits of threat intelligence solutions without the huge costs involved.
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Microsoft Security Intelligence Report

Microsoft Security Intelligence Report

In DLL view, each row in the lower pane lists information about a DLL, executable file, or other memory-mapped file that is being used by the process. For the System process, DLL view lists the image files mapped into kernel memory, including Ntoskrnl.exe and all the loaded device drivers. As with processes, any packed files are highlighted in purple.

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IoT based Advanced Security Intelligence System using Python

IoT based Advanced Security Intelligence System using Python

The Raspberry Pi board comes equipped with an SD card. This slot permits us to insert an SD card and that can use it as our devices. The SD card is a main storage device for raspberry pi board like a hard disk of a personal computer. The bootable Linux operating system is loaded onto the card, you are planning to use. The raspberry pi supports Linux, Qtonpi, ARM, Mac operating systems. You can select one OS; you will need to write it to an SD card using a Disk manager application. You can also use other storage mechanism, like USB external hard drive or USB drive. There are a numerous brands of SD cards are available in
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Realizing Efficient Enterprise Security Intelligence by Using IBM Security Intelligence Solutions

Realizing Efficient Enterprise Security Intelligence by Using IBM Security Intelligence Solutions

One of the most compelling arguments for security intelligence is operational efficiency: better use of people, time, and infrastructure. It is the ability to incorporate several security and network technologies into an integrated system rather than products operating independently. The focus on security intelligence is relevant because operational responsibility for security is increasingly being placed in the hands of the network operations teams. It makes sense to mirror this consolidation of operational responsibilities with consolidation at the intelligence layer. Think in terms of enabling multiple tasks in a single platform and cross-functional development of skills across the organization and then deploying access based on roles. Further, security intelligence adds value in other areas of IT, such as troubleshooting system problems, network issues, and user support and authorization analysis.
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Wireless Intelligence Home Security Integrated With Global System For Mobile (GSM)

Wireless Intelligence Home Security Integrated With Global System For Mobile (GSM)

For this project it focuses more for residence use. This Wireless Intelligence Home Security Integrated with Global System for Mobile (GSM) was focus on microcontroller PIC16f877A. Function of microcontroller is to control the input signal and then it will process the input to give a correct output at that time. Meanwhile, these wireless systems communicate using a radio frequency (RF) signal between sensor circuit and control unit. It also will send message to mobile phone using Global System for Mobile (GSM).

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Text Classification and Threat Intelligence Generation for Industrial Control System Security

Text Classification and Threat Intelligence Generation for Industrial Control System Security

Take the example of “Power Outage Caused by the Cyber Attack on Ukrenergo Technical Analysis and Solution” which is successfully classified by the system into category of security events, its IOC file generated by system is partially shown in Figure 3. As shown in the IOC file, the system can extract amounts of threat intelligence from the article. For example, a malware named explorer.exe is contained in this cyber-attack, which spread through e-mail and use Trojan virus to invade the power system.

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IT executive guide to security intelligence

IT executive guide to security intelligence

IT system security involves protecting systems and information through prevention, detection and response to improper access from within and outside your enterprise. Improper access can result in information being altered, destroyed or misappropriated or can result in damage to or misuse of your systems, including to attack others. No IT system or product should be considered completely secure and no single product or security measure can be completely effective in preventing improper access. IBM systems and products are designed to be part of a comprehensive security approach, which will necessarily involve additional operational procedures, and may require other systems, products or services to be most effective. IBM does not warrant that systems and products are immune from the malicious or illegal conduct of any party.
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Transatlantic intelligence and security cooperation

Transatlantic intelligence and security cooperation

moreover, the institutional linkage between UKUSA and continental European states has diminished, rather than grown, over the last decade. The United States has withdrawn some sigint assets from Germany and relocated them within the UK. The Dutch have advocated a stronger national sigint capability after a disappointing experience with multinational sharing in the Balkans. 16 The French have attempted to interest other European states in serious investment in a parallel European system for both sigint and satellite imagery, but without success. With no one to share the mounting costs, Paris was recently forced to cancel its Zenon sigint satellite programme. 17 London remains firmly oriented towards the United States, in part because it provides the UK with intelligence as a ‘loss leader’; there is a recognition in Washington that this removes the attraction of alternative Europeanist ventures. The sigint agencies do not have a monopoly on
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Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Security

Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Security

In the gift situation of quickly growing intelligence of malware and category of cyber-attacks, it's unavoidable to develop intelligent cyber security ways that. The experience in DDoS mitigation has shown that even a security against large-scale attacks are unbowed with rather restricted resources once intelligent ways that square measure used. Associate in Nursing analysis of publications shows that the AI results most usually applicable in cyber security square measure provided by the analysis in artificial visual nets. Applications of visual nets will keep it up in cyber security. there's to boot an essential would love for application of intelligent cyber security ways that in several areas where neural nets don't seem to be the foremost acceptable technology. These square measure as are referred to as support, situation awareness and knowledge management. skilled system technology is that the foremost promising throughout this case. it's not clear but quick development of gneral computing is ahead, but a threat exists that a replacement level of computing might additionally be utilized by the attackers, as presently as a result of it becomes procurable. Obviously, the new developments in data understanding, illustration and handling what is more in machine learning will greatly enhance the cyber security capability of systems that may use them.
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A Study on the Big Data Log Analysis for Security

A Study on the Big Data Log Analysis for Security

Recently, cyber-attack has become the serious national treat such as shut down industry control system, and an act of war. Therefore, the issue is suggested about the necessity of Enterprise Security Management (ESM) that is for integrated management of network system such as firewall, IPS, VPN, and etc. However, current ESM has the limit of blocking only cyber-attack from outside due to using the networking attack detection method that monitoring the traffic inflows from outside to inside. Therefore, this study suggests the new security log system using big data that enhances intelligence of security by analyzing the relationship between security and data events created from network, system, application service of main IT infrastructure. We assume to apply the distribution-based saving/processing technology through the security log system using big data which is suggested in the study. Moreover a ripple effect of enhanced customer service satisfaction due to the possibility of inflow and infection (spread) of malignant code in-house and real time monitoring.
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A survey of artificial intelligence for enhancing the information security

A survey of artificial intelligence for enhancing the information security

appropriate advice. The creator (developer) of the expert system must have a model to follow when seeking a solution. The model shows the properties and behavior of the system. It is important that it be simple and include only the most important features of the process. Although the analysis of the security of the expert systems is an audit problem, it is treated in isolation as it involves a wide range of problems. As noted below, there are very few specific studies in the field of security in expert systems. Here are the unique aspects of expert systems compared to other types of computer systems. The unique properties of ES have a direct impact on the security of these systems. Some controls can be used for all types of ES and all types of ES "shell" software. There are very few and limited ES security studies. Overall, the closest discussion is about EDP systems. Because expert systems are practically computer programs, they require the same security measures as other computer programs. Many of the concerns about security in traditional computer programs can be found in other sources (such as Halper et al [1985] and Weber [1988]) and are therefore beyond the scope of the subject. However, expert systems differ in many ways from other more traditional computer systems. These differences require investigation of additional security concerns. The approach here is to show some of the unique properties and control that can mitigate the risks. Stefan Axelsson's study (Axelsson, 1999), describes several types of expert systems in the field of intrusion detection and prevention systems. The overview gives a good idea of the novelties and trends in this area.
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Bringing your Security Eco-System closer to Purity utilizing a Vulnerability Data Refinery

Bringing your Security Eco-System closer to Purity utilizing a Vulnerability Data Refinery

Protective security technology often reacts and takes action to threat events which occur in the present moment. For example, when an IPS device detects an incoming SQL Injection attack, that event is happening at the given present moment and its probability of occurring is 100% since it is occurring at this moment. At first glance, a simple security risk intelligence system need not know about threats that manifest in the present moment, such as the SQL-Injection threat example just mentioned, because the action of neutralizing such a threat is the responsibility of another device (IPS in this case) and that device already knows about the present moment threat and doesn’t need anything else to inform it of this. Following this, when a security protection product such as an IPS asks a question such as “What is the probability of exploitation of device ‘X’ when subjected to the threat of SQL-Injection attack?”, it really only needs to know whether the device under attack is vulnerable to SQL-Injection.
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WHITEPAPER IT EXECUTIVE GUIDE. To Security Intelligence. Transitioning from Log Management and SIEM to Security Intelligence. Q1Labs.

WHITEPAPER IT EXECUTIVE GUIDE. To Security Intelligence. Transitioning from Log Management and SIEM to Security Intelligence. Q1Labs.

Anchored by a powerful SIEM, QRadar presents a unique security intelligence capability, integrating a set of high-value security and network-monitoring applications into a unifi ed solution that empowers enterprises to deploy security and network operations resources based on analysis of a comprehensive set of data sources. The QRadar solution is built on Q1 Labs’ Security Intelligence Operating System, which enables Q1 Labs to deliver a set of common services around data integration, normalization, warehousing and archiving, and analytics. This unifi ed structure produces a uniform workfl ow, reporting, alerting and dashboarding capability. These support organization-wide policies and processes, rapidly identify threats and assess risk, and support audit-, operational-, managerial- and executive-level security information and response requirements. On top of strong core SIEM and log management capabilities, QRadar QFlow technology provides deep network monitoring with sophisticated behavior anomaly detection capabilities that add rich context to analyses that might otherwise rely solely on log data. QRadar application-aware network monitoring enables stateful information about all conversations at the application layer. Further, QRadar Security Intelligence Platform extends its security intelligence capabilities into virtual network environments with its QRadar VFlow technology, assuring a high level of threat detection and risk management in support of data center consolidation and private and public cloud initiatives.
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Introduction and Security Applications of Computational Intelligence

Introduction and Security Applications of Computational Intelligence

Moreover, because CI acquires and learns from traditional attack information, it will study a new attack and compare it to previous attacks. It will alert the network manager or administrator that the attack has occurred and that the system has stopped it. Even if a very strong unknown attack occurs in the smart grid and CI fails to stop it, the system will instantly alert the network manager that further action is required. So CI can determine how to address unknown attacks and it also automatically provides warnings when needed.

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The broken dream of pervasive sentient ambient calm invisible ubiquitous computing

The broken dream of pervasive sentient ambient calm invisible ubiquitous computing

After a tiring long haul flight Maria passes through the arrivals hall of an airport in a Far Eastern country. She is traveling light, hand baggage only. When she comes to this particular country she knows that she can travel much lighter than less than a decade ago, when she had to carry a collection of different so-called personal computing devices (laptop PC, mobile phone, electronic organisers and sometimes beamers and printers). Her computing system for this trip is reduced to one highly personalised communications device, her P-Com that she wears on her wrist. A particular feature of this trip is that the country that Maria is visiting has since the previous year embarked on an ambitious ambient intelligence infrastructure programme. Thus her visa for the trip was self-arranged and she is able to stroll through immigration without stopping because her P-Comm is dealing with the ID checks as she walks.” EU Report: Scenarios for ambient intelligence in 2010[5].
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Security  Intelligence  for  Broadcast :  Threat  Analytics

Security Intelligence for Broadcast : Threat Analytics

The security intelligence of ASBM is defined with a novel concept of collective intelligence and in terms of a set of properties of secure multi-party computation: authentication, authorization, correct identification, privacy: group, forward and backward, confidentiality and audit; fairness, correctness, transparency, accountability, trust, non-repudiation and data integrity; reliability, consistency, liveness, deadlock-freeness, safety and reachability. ASBM must address correct identification, authentication, authorization, privacy and audit for each broadcast session. For any secure service, the system should ask the identity and authentication of one or more agents involved in a communication. The agents of the same trust zone may skip authentication but it is essential for all sensitive communication across different trust boundaries. After the identification and authentication, a service should address the issue of authorization. The system should be configured in such a way that an unauthorized agent cannot perform any task out of scope. The system should ask the credentials of the requester; validate the credentials and authorize the agents to perform a specific task as per agreed protocol. Each agent should be assigned an explicit set of access rights according to role. Privacy is another important issue; an agent can view only the information according to authorized access rights. A protocol preserves privacy if no agent learns anything more than its output; the only information that should be disclosed about other agent’s inputs is what can be derived from the output itself. The privacy of data may be preserved in different ways such as adding random noise to data, splitting a message into multiple parts randomly and sending each part to an agent through a number of parties hiding the identity of the source, controlling the sequence of passing selected messages from an agent to others through serial or parallel mode of communication, dynamically modifying the sequence of events and agents through random selection and permuting the sequence of messages randomly. The agents must commit the confidentiality of broadcasted data in case of private communication of sensitive applications (e.g. defense, auction). The system administrator must be able to audit the efficiency of broadcasting mechanism at anytime in terms of fairness, correctness, transparency, accountability, confidentiality and trust.
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FPGA BASED IMAGE SECURITY AND AUTHENTICATION IN DIGITAL CAMERA USING INVISIBLE WATERMARKING TECHNIQUE

FPGA BASED IMAGE SECURITY AND AUTHENTICATION IN DIGITAL CAMERA USING INVISIBLE WATERMARKING TECHNIQUE

For effective digital rights management (DRM) of multimedia in the framework of embedded systems, both watermarking and cryptography are necessary. Here, we present a novel system in the form of a digital camera that embeds biometric data into an image. Incorporation of encryption and watermarking together in the digital camera will assist in protecting and authenticating image files and Watermarking the digital content with origin information or intended recipient identification secures content from electronic data theft. The invisible watermarking algorithm used here allows for verification of the image as well as the identity of the carrier. In this paper, we present an architecture and a hardware efficient FPGA based invisible watermark module towards the development of the complete digital camera.
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security technologies For MobiLe AnD byod global security IntellIgence

security technologies For MobiLe AnD byod global security IntellIgence

• the Kaspersky security network, gives us the broadest view of millions of threats from every corner of the world. this intelligence allows us to see and often predict security incidents. • our threat research and global research and Analysis teams (greAt) are renowned as leading threat experts – strategically located in 16 countries around the world, providing unparalleled depth of analysis and understanding of all kinds of threats, from common malware, to targeted attacks and the most sophisticated cyber weapons.

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