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  • Nome

    Maria Inês Martins
  • Cargo

    Assistente de Investigação
  • Desde

    01 junho 2019
Publicações

2023

Online Influence Forest for Streaming Anomaly Detection

Autores
Martins, I; Resende, JS; Gama, J;

Publicação
ADVANCES IN INTELLIGENT DATA ANALYSIS XXI, IDA 2023

Abstract
As the digital world grows, data is being collected at high speed on a continuous and real-time scale. Hence, the imposed imbalanced and evolving scenario that introduces learning from streaming data remains a challenge. As the research field is still open to consistent strategies that assess continuous and evolving data properties, this paper proposes an unsupervised, online, and incremental anomaly detection ensemble of influence trees that implement adaptive mechanisms to deal with inactive or saturated leaves. This proposal features the fourth standardized moment, also known as kurtosis, as the splitting criteria and the isolation score, Shannon's information content, and the influence function of an instance as the anomaly score. In addition to improving interpretability, this proposal is also evaluated on publicly available datasets, providing a detailed discussion of the results.

2023

Online Influence Forest for Streaming Anomaly Detection

Autores
Martins, I; Resende, JS; Gama, J;

Publicação
ADVANCES IN INTELLIGENT DATA ANALYSIS XXI, IDA 2023

Abstract
As the digital world grows, data is being collected at high speed on a continuous and real-time scale. Hence, the imposed imbalanced and evolving scenario that introduces learning from streaming data remains a challenge. As the research field is still open to consistent strategies that assess continuous and evolving data properties, this paper proposes an unsupervised, online, and incremental anomaly detection ensemble of influence trees that implement adaptive mechanisms to deal with inactive or saturated leaves. This proposal features the fourth standardized moment, also known as kurtosis, as the splitting criteria and the isolation score, Shannon's information content, and the influence function of an instance as the anomaly score. In addition to improving interpretability, this proposal is also evaluated on publicly available datasets, providing a detailed discussion of the results.

2022

Host-based IDS: A review and open issues of an anomaly detection system in IoT

Autores
Martins, I; Resende, JS; Sousa, PR; Silva, S; Antunes, L; Gama, J;

Publicação
FUTURE GENERATION COMPUTER SYSTEMS-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ESCIENCE

Abstract
The Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a smart environment powered by connectivity and heterogeneity where ensuring reliable services and communications across multiple industries, from financial fields to healthcare and fault detection systems, is a top priority. In such fields, data is being collected and broadcast at high speed on a continuous and real-time scale, including IoT in the streaming processing paradigm. Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) rely on manually defined security policies and signatures that fail to design a real-time solution or prevent zero-day attacks. Therefore, anomaly detection appears as a prominent solution capable of recognizing patterns, learning from experience, and detecting abnormal behavior. However, most approaches do not fit the urged requirements, often evaluated on deprecated datasets not representative of the working environment. As a result, our contributions address an overview of cybersecurity threats in IoT, important recommendations for a real-time IDS, and a real-time dataset setting to evaluate a security system covering multiple cyber threats. The dataset used to evaluate current host-based IDS approaches is publicly available and can be used as a benchmark by the community.