Teaching the process of building an Intrusion Detection System using data from a small-scale SCADA testbed
Security of Critical National Infrastructures (CNI) is one of the major concerns tocountries both in a European and in a worldwide level. Training on scenarios thatinvolve such systems is important to the effective handling of incidents. This articledescribes a final year module for teaching traffic anomaly detection to ComputerScience and Informatics students at the De Montfort University. Students learn howto combine programming, data mining and security skills in order to build their ownIntrusion Detection System using data from a small-scale SCADA testbed
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Citation : Maglaras, L., Cruz, T., Ferrag, M.A., Janicke, H. (2019) Teaching the process of building an Intrusion Detection System using data from a small-scale SCADA testbed. Internet Technology Letters, p.e132.
Research Institute : Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes