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2021-05-13
Li, Mingxuan, Yang, Zhushi, Zhong, Jinsong, He, Ling, Teng, Yangxin.  2020.  Research on Network Attack and Defense Based on Artificial Intelligence Technology. 2020 IEEE 4th Information Technology, Networking, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (ITNEC). 1:2532—2534.
This paper combines the common ideas and methods in offensive and defensive confrontation in recent years, and uses artificial intelligence technology-based network asset automatic mining technology and artificial intelligence technology-based vulnerability automatic exploitation technology, carries out research and specific practices in discovering and using system vulnerability based on artificial intelligence technology, designs and implemented automatic binary vulnerability discovering and exploitation system, which improves improves the efficiency and success rate of vulnerability discovering and exploitation.
Zhao, Haining, Chen, Liquan.  2020.  Artificial Intelligence Security Issues and Responses. 2020 IEEE 6th International Conference on Computer and Communications (ICCC). :2276—2283.
As a current disruptive and transformative technology, artificial intelligence is constantly infiltrating all aspects of production and life. However, with the in-depth development and application of artificial intelligence, the security challenges it faces have become more and more prominent. In the real world, attacks against intelligent systems such as the Internet of Things, smart homes, and driverless cars are constantly appearing, and incidents of artificial intelligence being used in cyber-attacks and cybercrimes frequently occur. This article aims to discuss artificial intelligence security issues and propose some countermeasures.
Jain, Harsh, Vikram, Aditya, Mohana, Kashyap, Ankit, Jain, Ayush.  2020.  Weapon Detection using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning for Security Applications. 2020 International Conference on Electronics and Sustainable Communication Systems (ICESC). :193—198.
Security is always a main concern in every domain, due to a rise in crime rate in a crowded event or suspicious lonely areas. Abnormal detection and monitoring have major applications of computer vision to tackle various problems. Due to growing demand in the protection of safety, security and personal properties, needs and deployment of video surveillance systems can recognize and interpret the scene and anomaly events play a vital role in intelligence monitoring. This paper implements automatic gun (or) weapon detection using a convolution neural network (CNN) based SSD and Faster RCNN algorithms. Proposed implementation uses two types of datasets. One dataset, which had pre-labelled images and the other one is a set of images, which were labelled manually. Results are tabulated, both algorithms achieve good accuracy, but their application in real situations can be based on the trade-off between speed and accuracy.
Feng, Xiaohua, Feng, Yunzhong, Dawam, Edward Swarlat.  2020.  Artificial Intelligence Cyber Security Strategy. 2020 IEEE Intl Conf on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing, Intl Conf on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing, Intl Conf on Cloud and Big Data Computing, Intl Conf on Cyber Science and Technology Congress (DASC/PiCom/CBDCom/CyberSciTech). :328—333.
Nowadays, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) have never been treated so seriously before. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has played an important role currently in STEM. Under the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic crisis, coronavirus disease across over the world we are living in. Every government seek advices from scientist before making their strategic plan. Most of countries collect data from hospitals (and care home and so on in the society), carried out data analysis, using formula to make some AI models, to predict the potential development patterns, in order to make their government strategy. AI security become essential. If a security attack make the pattern wrong, the model is not a true prediction, that could result in thousands life loss. The potential consequence of this non-accurate forecast would be even worse. Therefore, take security into account during the forecast AI modelling, step-by-step data governance, will be significant. Cyber security should be applied during this kind of prediction process using AI deep learning technology and so on. Some in-depth discussion will follow.AI security impact is a principle concern in the world. It is also significant for both nature science and social science researchers to consider in the future. In particular, because many services are running on online devices, security defenses are essential. The results should have properly data governance with security. AI security strategy should be up to the top priority to influence governments and their citizens in the world. AI security will help governments' strategy makers to work reasonably balancing between technologies, socially and politics. In this paper, strategy related challenges of AI and Security will be discussed, along with suggestions AI cyber security and politics trade-off consideration from an initial planning stage to its near future further development.
Wenhui, Sun, Kejin, Wang, Aichun, Zhu.  2020.  The Development of Artificial Intelligence Technology And Its Application in Communication Security. 2020 International Conference on Computer Engineering and Application (ICCEA). :752—756.
Artificial intelligence has been widely used in industries such as smart manufacturing, medical care and home furnishings. Among them, the value of the application in communication security is very important. This paper makes a further exploration of the artificial intelligence technology and its application, and gives a detailed analysis of its development, standardization and the application.
Ho, Tsung-Yu, Chen, Wei-An, Huang, Chiung-Ying.  2020.  The Burden of Artificial Intelligence on Internal Security Detection. 2020 IEEE 17th International Conference on Smart Communities: Improving Quality of Life Using ICT, IoT and AI (HONET). :148—150.
Our research team have devoted to extract internal malicious behavior by monitoring the network traffic for many years. We applied the deep learning approach to recognize the malicious patterns within network, but this methodology may lead to more works to examine the results from AI models production. Hence, this paper addressed the scenario to consider the burden of AI, and proposed an idea for long-term reliable detection in the future work.
Shu, Fei, Chen, Shuting, Li, Feng, Zhang, JianYe, Chen, Jia.  2020.  Research and implementation of network attack and defense countermeasure technology based on artificial intelligence technology. 2020 IEEE 5th Information Technology and Mechatronics Engineering Conference (ITOEC). :475—478.
Using artificial intelligence technology to help network security has become a major trend. At present, major countries in the world have successively invested R & D force in the attack and defense of automatic network based on artificial intelligence. The U.S. Navy, the U.S. air force, and the DOD strategic capabilities office have invested heavily in the development of artificial intelligence network defense systems. DARPA launched the network security challenge (CGC) to promote the development of automatic attack system based on artificial intelligence. In the 2016 Defcon final, mayhem (the champion of CGC in 2014), an automatic attack team, participated in the competition with 14 human teams and once defeated two human teams, indicating that the automatic attack method generated by artificial intelligence system can scan system defects and find loopholes faster and more effectively than human beings. Japan's defense ministry also announced recently that in order to strengthen the ability to respond to network attacks, it will introduce artificial intelligence technology into the information communication network defense system of Japan's self defense force. It can be predicted that the deepening application of artificial intelligence in the field of network attack and defense may bring about revolutionary changes and increase the imbalance of the strategic strength of cyberspace in various countries. Therefore, it is necessary to systematically investigate the current situation of network attack and defense based on artificial intelligence at home and abroad, comprehensively analyze the development trend of relevant technologies at home and abroad, deeply analyze the development outline and specification of artificial intelligence attack and defense around the world, and refine the application status and future prospects of artificial intelligence attack and defense, so as to promote the development of artificial intelligence attack and Defense Technology in China and protect the core interests of cyberspace, of great significance
Hu, Xiaoyi, Wang, Ke.  2020.  Bank Financial Innovation and Computer Information Security Management Based on Artificial Intelligence. 2020 2nd International Conference on Machine Learning, Big Data and Business Intelligence (MLBDBI). :572—575.
In recent years, with the continuous development of various new Internet technologies, big data, cloud computing and other technologies have been widely used in work and life. The further improvement of data scale and computing capability has promoted the breakthrough development of artificial intelligence technology. The generalization and classification of financial science and technology not only have a certain impact on the traditional financial business, but also put forward higher requirements for commercial banks to operate financial science and technology business. Artificial intelligence brings fresh experience to financial services and is conducive to increasing customer stickiness. Artificial intelligence technology helps the standardization, modeling and intelligence of banking business, and helps credit decision-making, risk early warning and supervision. This paper first discusses the influence of artificial intelligence on financial innovation, and on this basis puts forward measures for the innovation and development of bank financial science and technology. Finally, it discusses the problem of computer information security management in bank financial innovation in the era of artificial intelligence.
Zhang, Yunxiang, Rao, Zhuyi.  2020.  Research on Information Security Evaluation Based on Artificial Neural Network. 2020 3rd International Conference on Advanced Electronic Materials, Computers and Software Engineering (AEMCSE). :424–428.

In order to improve the information security ability of the network information platform, the information security evaluation method is proposed based on artificial neural network. Based on the comprehensive analysis of the security events in the construction of the network information platform, the risk assessment model of the network information platform is constructed based on the artificial neural network theory. The weight calculation algorithm of artificial neural network and the minimum artificial neural network pruning algorithm are also given, which can realize the quantitative evaluation of network information security. The fuzzy neural network weighted control method is used to control the information security, and the non-recursive traversal method is adopted to realize the adaptive training of information security assessment process. The adaptive learning of the artificial neural network is carried out according to the conditions, and the ability of information encryption and transmission is improved. The information security assessment is realized. The simulation results show that the method is accurate and ensures the information security.

2021-03-01
Kuppa, A., Le-Khac, N.-A..  2020.  Black Box Attacks on Explainable Artificial Intelligence(XAI) methods in Cyber Security. 2020 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN). :1–8.

Cybersecurity community is slowly leveraging Machine Learning (ML) to combat ever evolving threats. One of the biggest drivers for successful adoption of these models is how well domain experts and users are able to understand and trust their functionality. As these black-box models are being employed to make important predictions, the demand for transparency and explainability is increasing from the stakeholders.Explanations supporting the output of ML models are crucial in cyber security, where experts require far more information from the model than a simple binary output for their analysis. Recent approaches in the literature have focused on three different areas: (a) creating and improving explainability methods which help users better understand the internal workings of ML models and their outputs; (b) attacks on interpreters in white box setting; (c) defining the exact properties and metrics of the explanations generated by models. However, they have not covered, the security properties and threat models relevant to cybersecurity domain, and attacks on explainable models in black box settings.In this paper, we bridge this gap by proposing a taxonomy for Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) methods, covering various security properties and threat models relevant to cyber security domain. We design a novel black box attack for analyzing the consistency, correctness and confidence security properties of gradient based XAI methods. We validate our proposed system on 3 security-relevant data-sets and models, and demonstrate that the method achieves attacker's goal of misleading both the classifier and explanation report and, only explainability method without affecting the classifier output. Our evaluation of the proposed approach shows promising results and can help in designing secure and robust XAI methods.

2020-09-04
Jing, Huiyun, Meng, Chengrui, He, Xin, Wei, Wei.  2019.  Black Box Explanation Guided Decision-Based Adversarial Attacks. 2019 IEEE 5th International Conference on Computer and Communications (ICCC). :1592—1596.
Adversarial attacks have been the hot research field in artificial intelligence security. Decision-based black-box adversarial attacks are much more appropriate in the real-world scenarios, where only the final decisions of the targeted deep neural networks are accessible. However, since there is no available guidance for searching the imperceptive adversarial perturbation, boundary attack, one of the best performing decision-based black-box attacks, carries out computationally expensive search. For improving attack efficiency, we propose a novel black box explanation guided decision-based black-box adversarial attack. Firstly, the problem of decision-based adversarial attacks is modeled as a derivative-free and constraint optimization problem. To solve this optimization problem, the black box explanation guided constrained random search method is proposed to more quickly find the imperceptible adversarial example. The insights into the targeted deep neural networks explored by the black box explanation are fully used to accelerate the computationally expensive random search. Experimental results demonstrate that our proposed attack improves the attack efficiency by 64% compared with boundary attack.
2020-08-13
Zhang, Yueqian, Kantarci, Burak.  2019.  Invited Paper: AI-Based Security Design of Mobile Crowdsensing Systems: Review, Challenges and Case Studies. 2019 IEEE International Conference on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE). :17—1709.
Mobile crowdsensing (MCS) is a distributed sensing paradigm that uses a variety of built-in sensors in smart mobile devices to enable ubiquitous acquisition of sensory data from surroundings. However, non-dedicated nature of MCS results in vulnerabilities in the presence of malicious participants to compromise the availability of the MCS components, particularly the servers and participants' devices. In this paper, we focus on Denial of Service attacks in MCS where malicious participants submit illegitimate task requests to the MCS platform to keep MCS servers busy while having sensing devices expend energy needlessly. After reviewing Artificial Intelligence-based security solutions for MCS systems, we focus on a typical location-based and energy-oriented DoS attack, and present a security solution that applies ensemble techniques in machine learning to identify illegitimate tasks and prevent personal devices from pointless energy consumption so as to improve the availability of the whole system. Through simulations, we show that ensemble techniques are capable of identifying illegitimate and legitimate tasks while gradient boosting appears to be a preferable solution with an AUC performance higher than 0.88 in the precision-recall curve. We also investigate the impact of environmental settings on the detection performance so as to provide a clearer understanding of the model. Our performance results show that MCS task legitimacy decisions with high F-scores are possible for both illegitimate and legitimate tasks.
Augusto, Cristian, Morán, Jesús, De La Riva, Claudio, Tuya, Javier.  2019.  Test-Driven Anonymization for Artificial Intelligence. 2019 IEEE International Conference On Artificial Intelligence Testing (AITest). :103—110.
In recent years, data published and shared with third parties to develop artificial intelligence (AI) tools and services has significantly increased. When there are regulatory or internal requirements regarding privacy of data, anonymization techniques are used to maintain privacy by transforming the data. The side-effect is that the anonymization may lead to useless data to train and test the AI because it is highly dependent on the quality of the data. To overcome this problem, we propose a test-driven anonymization approach for artificial intelligence tools. The approach tests different anonymization efforts to achieve a trade-off in terms of privacy (non-functional quality) and functional suitability of the artificial intelligence technique (functional quality). The approach has been validated by means of two real-life datasets in the domains of healthcare and health insurance. Each of these datasets is anonymized with several privacy protections and then used to train classification AIs. The results show how we can anonymize the data to achieve an adequate functional suitability in the AI context while maintaining the privacy of the anonymized data as high as possible.
Wang, Tianyi, Chow, Kam Pui.  2019.  Automatic Tagging of Cyber Threat Intelligence Unstructured Data using Semantics Extraction. 2019 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI). :197—199.
Threat intelligence, information about potential or current attacks to an organization, is an important component in cyber security territory. As new threats consecutively occurring, cyber security professionals always keep an eye on the latest threat intelligence in order to continuously lower the security risks for their organizations. Cyber threat intelligence is usually conveyed by structured data like CVE entities and unstructured data like articles and reports. Structured data are always under certain patterns that can be easily analyzed, while unstructured data have more difficulties to find fixed patterns to analyze. There exists plenty of methods and algorithms on information extraction from structured data, but no current work is complete or suitable for semantics extraction upon unstructured cyber threat intelligence data. In this paper, we introduce an idea of automatic tagging applying JAPE feature within GATE framework to perform semantics extraction upon cyber threat intelligence unstructured data such as articles and reports. We extract token entities from each cyber threat intelligence article or report and evaluate the usefulness of them. A threat intelligence ontology then can be constructed with the useful entities extracted from related resources and provide convenience for professionals to find latest useful threat intelligence they need.
Sadeghi, Koosha, Banerjee, Ayan, Gupta, Sandeep K. S..  2019.  An Analytical Framework for Security-Tuning of Artificial Intelligence Applications Under Attack. 2019 IEEE International Conference On Artificial Intelligence Testing (AITest). :111—118.
Machine Learning (ML) algorithms, as the core technology in Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications, such as self-driving vehicles, make important decisions by performing a variety of data classification or prediction tasks. Attacks on data or algorithms in AI applications can lead to misclassification or misprediction, which can fail the applications. For each dataset separately, the parameters of ML algorithms should be tuned to reach a desirable classification or prediction accuracy. Typically, ML experts tune the parameters empirically, which can be time consuming and does not guarantee the optimal result. To this end, some research suggests an analytical approach to tune the ML parameters for maximum accuracy. However, none of the works consider the ML performance under attack in their tuning process. This paper proposes an analytical framework for tuning the ML parameters to be secure against attacks, while keeping its accuracy high. The framework finds the optimal set of parameters by defining a novel objective function, which takes into account the test results of both ML accuracy and its security against attacks. For validating the framework, an AI application is implemented to recognize whether a subject's eyes are open or closed, by applying k-Nearest Neighbors (kNN) algorithm on her Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals. In this application, the number of neighbors (k) and the distance metric type, as the two main parameters of kNN, are chosen for tuning. The input data perturbation attack, as one of the most common attacks on ML algorithms, is used for testing the security of the application. Exhaustive search approach is used to solve the optimization problem. The experiment results show k = 43 and cosine distance metric is the optimal configuration of kNN for the EEG dataset, which leads to 83.75% classification accuracy and reduces the attack success rate to 5.21%.
Jiang, Wei, Anton, Simon Duque, Dieter Schotten, Hans.  2019.  Intelligence Slicing: A Unified Framework to Integrate Artificial Intelligence into 5G Networks. 2019 12th IFIP Wireless and Mobile Networking Conference (WMNC). :227—232.
The fifth-generation and beyond mobile networks should support extremely high and diversified requirements from a wide variety of emerging applications. It is envisioned that more advanced radio transmission, resource allocation, and networking techniques are required to be developed. Fulfilling these tasks is challenging since network infrastructure becomes increasingly complicated and heterogeneous. One promising solution is to leverage the great potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, which has been explored to provide solutions ranging from channel prediction to autonomous network management, as well as network security. As of today, however, the state of the art of integrating AI into wireless networks is mainly limited to use a dedicated AI algorithm to tackle a specific problem. A unified framework that can make full use of AI capability to solve a wide variety of network problems is still an open issue. Hence, this paper will present the concept of intelligence slicing where an AI module is instantiated and deployed on demand. Intelligence slices are applied to conduct different intelligent tasks with the flexibility of accommodating arbitrary AI algorithms. Two example slices, i.e., neural network based channel prediction and anomaly detection based industrial network security, are illustrated to demonstrate this framework.
Yang, Huiting, Bai, Yunxiao, Zou, Zhenwan, Shi, Yuanyuan, Chen, Shuting, Ni, Chenxi.  2019.  Research on Security Self-defense of Power Information Network Based on Artificial Intelligence. 2019 IEEE 4th Advanced Information Technology, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (IAEAC). 1:1248—1251.
By studying the problems of network information security in power system, this paper proposes a self-defense research and solution for power information network based on artificial intelligence. At the same time, it proposes active defense new technologies such as vulnerability scanning, baseline scanning, network security attack and defense drills in power information network security, aiming at improving the security level of network information and ensuring the security of the information network in the power system.
2020-05-11
Kanimozhi, V., Jacob, T. Prem.  2019.  Artificial Intelligence based Network Intrusion Detection with Hyper-Parameter Optimization Tuning on the Realistic Cyber Dataset CSE-CIC-IDS2018 using Cloud Computing. 2019 International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing (ICCSP). :0033–0036.

One of the latest emerging technologies is artificial intelligence, which makes the machine mimic human behavior. The most important component used to detect cyber attacks or malicious activities is the Intrusion Detection System (IDS). Artificial intelligence plays a vital role in detecting intrusions and widely considered as the better way in adapting and building IDS. In trendy days, artificial intelligence algorithms are rising as a brand new computing technique which will be applied to actual time issues. In modern days, neural network algorithms are emerging as a new artificial intelligence technique that can be applied to real-time problems. The proposed system is to detect a classification of botnet attack which poses a serious threat to financial sectors and banking services. The proposed system is created by applying artificial intelligence on a realistic cyber defense dataset (CSE-CIC-IDS2018), the very latest Intrusion Detection Dataset created in 2018 by Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity (CIC) on AWS (Amazon Web Services). The proposed system of Artificial Neural Networks provides an outstanding performance of Accuracy score is 99.97% and an average area under ROC (Receiver Operator Characteristic) curve is 0.999 and an average False Positive rate is a mere value of 0.001. The proposed system using artificial intelligence of botnet attack detection is powerful, more accurate and precise. The novel proposed system can be implemented in n machines to conventional network traffic analysis, cyber-physical system traffic data and also to the real-time network traffic analysis.

2020-02-17
Facon, Adrien, Guilley, Sylvain, Ngo, Xuan-Thuy, Perianin, Thomas.  2019.  Hardware-enabled AI for Embedded Security: A New Paradigm. 2019 3rd International Conference on Recent Advances in Signal Processing, Telecommunications Computing (SigTelCom). :80–84.

As chips become more and more connected, they are more exposed (both to network and to physical attacks). Therefore one shall ensure they enjoy a sufficient protection level. Security within chips is accordingly becoming a hot topic. Incident detection and reporting is one novel function expected from chips. In this talk, we explain why it is worthwhile to resort to Artificial Intelligence (AI) for security event handling. Drivers are the need to aggregate multiple and heterogeneous security sensors, the need to digest this information quickly to produce exploitable information, and so while maintaining a low false positive detection rate. Key features are adequate learning procedures and fast and secure classification accelerated by hardware. A challenge is to embed such security-oriented AI logic, while not compromising chip power budget and silicon area. This talk accounts for the opportunities permitted by the symbiotic encounter between chip security and AI.

2020-01-28
KADOGUCHI, Masashi, HAYASHI, Shota, HASHIMOTO, Masaki, OTSUKA, Akira.  2019.  Exploring the Dark Web for Cyber Threat Intelligence Using Machine Leaning. 2019 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI). :200–202.

In recent years, cyber attack techniques are increasingly sophisticated, and blocking the attack is more and more difficult, even if a kind of counter measure or another is taken. In order for a successful handling of this situation, it is crucial to have a prediction of cyber attacks, appropriate precautions, and effective utilization of cyber intelligence that enables these actions. Malicious hackers share various kinds of information through particular communities such as the dark web, indicating that a great deal of intelligence exists in cyberspace. This paper focuses on forums on the dark web and proposes an approach to extract forums which include important information or intelligence from huge amounts of forums and identify traits of each forum using methodologies such as machine learning, natural language processing and so on. This approach will allow us to grasp the emerging threats in cyberspace and take appropriate measures against malicious activities.

2019-12-09
Tsochev, Georgi, Trifonov, Roumen, Yoshinov, Radoslav, Manolov, Slavcho, Pavlova, Galya.  2019.  Improving the Efficiency of IDPS by Using Hybrid Methods from Artificial Intelligence. 2019 International Conference on Information Technologies (InfoTech). :1-4.

The present paper describes some of the results obtained in the Faculty of Computer Systems and Technology at Technical University of Sofia in the implementation of project related to the application of intelligent methods for increasing the security in computer networks. Also is made a survey about existing hybrid methods, which are using several artificial intelligent methods for cyber defense. The paper introduces a model for intrusion detection systems where multi agent systems are the bases and artificial intelligence are applicable by the means simple real-time models constructed in laboratory environment.

2019-02-08
Sisiaridis, D., Markowitch, O..  2018.  Reducing Data Complexity in Feature Extraction and Feature Selection for Big Data Security Analytics. 2018 1st International Conference on Data Intelligence and Security (ICDIS). :43-48.

Feature extraction and feature selection are the first tasks in pre-processing of input logs in order to detect cybersecurity threats and attacks by utilizing data mining techniques in the field of Artificial Intelligence. When it comes to the analysis of heterogeneous data derived from different sources, these tasks are found to be time-consuming and difficult to be managed efficiently. In this paper, we present an approach for handling feature extraction and feature selection utilizing machine learning algorithms for security analytics of heterogeneous data derived from different network sensors. The approach is implemented in Apache Spark, using its python API, named pyspark.

Trifonov, R., Nakov, O., Mladenov, V..  2018.  Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Threats Intelligence. 2018 International Conference on Intelligent and Innovative Computing Applications (ICONIC). :1-4.

In the field of Cyber Security there has been a transition from the stage of Cyber Criminality to the stage of Cyber War over the last few years. According to the new challenges, the expert community has two main approaches: to adopt the philosophy and methods of Military Intelligence, and to use Artificial Intelligence methods for counteraction of Cyber Attacks. \cyrchar\CYRThis paper describes some of the results obtained at Technical University of Sofia in the implementation of project related to the application of intelligent methods for increasing the security in computer networks. The analysis of the feasibility of various Artificial Intelligence methods has shown that a method that is equally effective for all stages of the Cyber Intelligence cannot be identified. While for Tactical Cyber Threats Intelligence has been selected and experimented a Multi-Agent System, the Recurrent Neural Networks are offered for the needs of Operational Cyber Threats Intelligence.

Clark, G., Doran, M., Glisson, W..  2018.  A Malicious Attack on the Machine Learning Policy of a Robotic System. 2018 17th IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security And Privacy In Computing And Communications/ 12th IEEE International Conference On Big Data Science And Engineering (TrustCom/BigDataSE). :516-521.

The field of robotics has matured using artificial intelligence and machine learning such that intelligent robots are being developed in the form of autonomous vehicles. The anticipated widespread use of intelligent robots and their potential to do harm has raised interest in their security. This research evaluates a cyberattack on the machine learning policy of an autonomous vehicle by designing and attacking a robotic vehicle operating in a dynamic environment. The primary contribution of this research is an initial assessment of effective manipulation through an indirect attack on a robotic vehicle using the Q learning algorithm for real-time routing control. Secondly, the research highlights the effectiveness of this attack along with relevant artifact issues.

Alzahrani, S., Hong, L..  2018.  Detection of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks Using Artificial Intelligence on Cloud. 2018 IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES). :35-36.

This research proposes a system for detecting known and unknown Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks. The proposed system applies two different intrusion detection approaches anomaly-based distributed artificial neural networks(ANNs) and signature-based approach. The Amazon public cloud was used for running Spark as the fast cluster engine with varying cores of machines. The experiment results achieved the highest detection accuracy and detection rate comparing to signature based or neural networks-based approach.