Projet de recherche doctoral numero :3421


Date depot: 1 janvier 1900
Titre: Application of visual analytics techniques for network traces analysis and alert correlation
Directeur de thèse: Hervé DEBAR (LTCI (EDMH))
Domaine scientifique: Sciences et technologies de l'information et de la communication
Thématique CNRS : Non defini

Resumé: {{SUJET ATTRIBUE NE PAS CANDIDATER}} --- This PhD proposal addresses the domain of information systems and networks security, and more specifically operational network security. The objective of operational network and system security is to monitor information systems and networks, looking for evidence of attacks. More specifically, intrusion detection systems have been designed to analyze traces generated by the system under monitoring, such as logs, network packets or operating system calls, and seek evidence of malicious activity in these traces. Security information and/or event management systems (SIEM) are tasked with receiving, correlating and analyzing the alerts generated by intrusion detection sensors and other log producers, to make available a global view of the security status of the monitored system, and support the system administrator in making the right decisions for the continuous operation of his system. IDS sensors and SIEM platforms have historically generated and manipulated huge amounts of information. The main goal of the PhD topic is the research and development of novel visual analytics technologies for the understanding, identification and prediction of very complex patterns of particular or abnormal activities in various application areas dealing with network information security. It will involve analysis and mining of large amounts of heterogeneous data and the introduction of novel interaction and information visualization technologies. The ultimate goal is, by building upon the expertise of two distinct communities, to provide more efficient solutions to fight the cyber-crime

Doctorant.e: Ben Mustapha Yosra