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A conceptual intrusion monitoring architecture and thoughts on practical implementation
Dowland PS, Furnell SM
Proceedings of the World Computer Congress 2000, 21-25 August, 2000
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The paper presents a conceptual description of the Intrusion Monitoring System (IMS) architecture, which is designed to facilitate detection of system penetration and other anomalous activity in a networked environment. The architecture is based upon eight functional elements, distributed between a monitoring host and a series of monitored client systems. The discussion also considers how the approach could be integrated within the Windows NT environment.

Dowland PS, Furnell SM