Investigation of Intrusion Detection on PCs and Handhelds

Background

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Governments worldwide would like to ensure that their secret information is not released to the public. For example, possible leaks could come from government employees finding and sending secret information out of their building.

Project Description

This project will develop the plans and possibly an initial prototype for an intruder detection prototype system that monitors users computer input for intruder-like operational commands.

See references, and particularly the video associated with the first reference. The second reference describes a multi-level strategy for intruder detection.

References

  1. Brian Tschinkel, et al., Keystroke Biometric Intrusion Detection, Proc. Research Day, CSIS, Pace University, 2012. Associated Video.
  2. Yingbo Song, Malek Ben Salem, Shlomo Hershkop, and Salvatore J. Stolfo, System level user behavior biometrics using Fisher features and Gaussian mixture models, IEEE Security and Privacy Workshops, 2013.
  3. John V. Monaco, Ned Bakelman, Sung-Hyuk Cha, and Charles C. Tappert, Developing a Keystroke Biometric System for Continual Authentication of Computer Users, EISIC Conf., Denmark, 2012.