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Belenko, Viacheslav, Krundyshev, Vasiliy, Kalinin, Maxim.  2019.  Intrusion detection for Internet of Things applying metagenome fast analysis. 2019 Third World Conference on Smart Trends in Systems Security and Sustainablity (WorldS4). :129—135.
Today, intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS / IPS) are a necessary element of protection against network attacks. The main goal of such systems is to identify an unauthorized access to the network and take appropriate countermeasures: alarming security officers about intrusion, reconfiguration of firewall to block further acts of the attacker, protection against cyberattacks and malware. For traditional computer networks there are a large number of sufficiently effective approaches for protection against malicious activity, however, for the rapidly developing dynamic adhoc networks (Internet of Things - IoT, MANET, WSN, etc.) the task of creating a universal protection means is quite acute. In this paper, we review various methods for detecting polymorphic intrusion activity (polymorphic viral code and sequences of operations), present a comparative analysis, and implement the suggested technology for detecting polymorphic chains of operations using bioinformatics for IoT. The proposed approach has been tested with different lengths of operation sequences and different k-measures, as a result of which the optimal parameters of the proposed method have been determined.
Busygin, Alexey, Konoplev, Artem, Kalinin, Maxim, Zegzhda, Dmitry.  2018.  Floating Genesis Block Enhancement for Blockchain Based Routing Between Connected Vehicles and Software-defined VANET Security Services. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks. :24:1–24:2.
The paper reviews the issue of secure routing in unmanned vehicle ad-hoc networks. Application of the Blockchain technology for routing and authentication information storage and distribution is proposed. A blockchain with the floating genesis block is introduced to solve problems associated with blockchain size growth in the systems using transactions with limited lifetime.
Kalinin, Maxim, Krundyshev, Vasiliy, Zegzhda, Peter, Belenko, Viacheslav.  2017.  Network Security Architectures for VANET. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks. :73–79.
In recent years, cyber security oriented research is paying much close attention on Vehicular Adhoc NETworks (VANETs). However, existing vehicular networks do not meet current security requirements. Typically for dynamic networks, maximal decentralization and rapidly changing topology of moving hosts form a number of security issues associated with ensuring access control of hosts, security policy enforcement, and resistance of the routing methods. To solve these problems generally, the paper reviews SDN (software defined networks) based network security architectures of VANET. The following tasks are solved in our work: composing of network security architectures for SDN-VANET (architecture with the central control and shared security servers, decentralized (zoned) architecture, hierarchical architecture); implementation of these architectures in virtual modeling environment; and experimental study of effectiveness of the suggested architectures. With large-scale vehicular networks, architectures with multiple SDN controllers are most effective. In small networks, the architecture with the central control also significantly outperforms the traditional VANET architecture. For the suggested architectures, three control modes are discussed in the paper: central, distributed and hybrid modes. Unlike common architectures, all of the proposed security architectures allow us to establish a security policy in m2m-networks and increase resistance capabilities of self-organizing networks.