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Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection 4th International Symposium, RAID 2001 Davis, CA, USA, October 10–12, 2001 Proceedings / [electronic resource] : edited by Wenke Lee, Ludovic Mé, Andreas Wespi. - X, 210 p. online resource. - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2212 0302-9743 ; . - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2212 .

Modeling Attacks -- From Declarative Signatures to Misuse IDS -- Logging and IDS Integration -- Application-Integrated Data Collection for Security Monitoring -- Interfacing Trusted Applications with Intrusion Detection Systems -- IDS Cooperation -- Probabilistic Alert Correlation -- Designing a Web of Highly-Configurable Intrusion Detection Sensors -- Aggregation and Correlation of Intrusion-Detection Alerts -- Anomaly Detection -- Accurately Detecting Source Code of Attacks That Increase Privilege -- CDIS: Towards a Computer Immune System for Detecting Network Intrusions -- Intrusion Tolerance -- Autonomic Response to Distributed Denial of Service Attacks -- Legal Aspects -- The Impact of Privacy and Data Protection Legislation on the Sharing of Intrusion Detection Information -- Specification-Based IDS -- Experiences with Specification-Based Intrusion Detection -- System Health and Intrusion Monitoring Using a Hierarchy of Constraints.

On behalf of the program committee, it is our pleasure to present to you the proceedings of the fourth Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection Symposium. The RAID 2001program committee received 55 paper submissions from 13 countries. All submissions were carefully reviewed by several members of the program committee on the criteria of scienti?c novelty, importance to the ?eld, and technical quality. Final selection took place at a meeting held on May 16-17 in Oakland, California. Twelve papers were selected for presentation and pub- cation in the conference proceedings. In addition, nine papers, presenting work in progress, were selected for presentation. The program included both fundamental research and practical issues: l- ging and IDS integration, attack modeling, anomaly detection, speci?cati- based IDS, IDS assessment, IDS cooperation, intrusion tolerance, and legal - pects. RAID 2001also hosted two panels, one on “The Present and Future of IDS Testing Methodologies,” a subject of major concern for all IDS users and de- gners, and one on “Intrusion Tolerance,” an emerging research area of increasing importance. Dr. Bill Hancock, Senior Vice President and Chief Security O?cer of Exodus Communications, Inc., delivered a keynote speech “Real world intrusion det- tion or how not to become a deer in the headlights of an attacker’s car on the information superhighway”. The slides presented by the authors, the 9 papers which are not in the p- ceedings, and the slides presented by the panelists are available on the website of the RAID symposium series, http://www.raid-symposium.org/.

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Computer communication systems.
Operating systems (Computers).
Data encryption (Computer science).
Computers and civilization.
Management information systems.
Computer engineering.
Computer Science.
Management of Computing and Information Systems.
Computer Engineering.
Data Encryption.
Computers and Society.
Computer Communication Networks.
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