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Watkins, A. (2000)
Languages: English
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Subjects: QA76
This paper presents an examination of intrusion detection schemes. It discusses\ud traditional views of intrusion detection, and examines the more novel, but perhaps more\ud effective, approach to intrusion detection as modeled on the human immune system. The\ud discussion looks at some of the implications raised by intrusion detection research for\ud information security in general.
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