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Tashev, Komil, Rustamova, Sanobar.  2020.  Analysis of Subject Recognition Algorithms based on Neural Networks. 2020 International Conference on Information Science and Communications Technologies (ICISCT). :1—4.
This article describes the principles of construction, training and use of neural networks. The features of the neural network approach are indicated, as well as the range of tasks for which it is most preferable. Algorithms of functioning, software implementation and results of work of an artificial neural network are presented.
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.

Ayub, M. A., Continella, A., Siraj, A..  2020.  An I/O Request Packet (IRP) Driven Effective Ransomware Detection Scheme using Artificial Neural Network. 2020 IEEE 21st International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration for Data Science (IRI). :319–324.
In recent times, there has been a global surge of ransomware attacks targeted at industries of various types and sizes from retail to critical infrastructure. Ransomware researchers are constantly coming across new kinds of ransomware samples every day and discovering novel ransomware families out in the wild. To mitigate this ever-growing menace, academia and industry-based security researchers have been utilizing unique ways to defend against this type of cyber-attacks. I/O Request Packet (IRP), a low-level file system I/O log, is a newly found research paradigm for defense against ransomware that is being explored frequently. As such in this study, to learn granular level, actionable insights of ransomware behavior, we analyze the IRP logs of 272 ransomware samples belonging to 18 different ransomware families captured during individual execution. We further our analysis by building an effective Artificial Neural Network (ANN) structure for successful ransomware detection by learning the underlying patterns of the IRP logs. We evaluate the ANN model with three different experimental settings to prove the effectiveness of our approach. The model demonstrates outstanding performance in terms of accuracy, precision score, recall score, and F1 score, i.e., in the range of 99.7%±0.2%.
Aman, W., Haider, Z., Shah, S. W. H., Rahman, M. M. Ur, Dobre, O. A..  2020.  On the Effective Capacity of an Underwater Acoustic Channel under Impersonation Attack. ICC 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC). :1—7.

This paper investigates the impact of authentication on effective capacity (EC) of an underwater acoustic (UWA) channel. Specifically, the UWA channel is under impersonation attack by a malicious node (Eve) present in the close vicinity of the legitimate node pair (Alice and Bob); Eve tries to inject its malicious data into the system by making Bob believe that she is indeed Alice. To thwart the impersonation attack by Eve, Bob utilizes the distance of the transmit node as the feature/fingerprint to carry out feature-based authentication at the physical layer. Due to authentication at Bob, due to lack of channel knowledge at the transmit node (Alice or Eve), and due to the threshold-based decoding error model, the relevant dynamics of the considered system could be modelled by a Markov chain (MC). Thus, we compute the state-transition probabilities of the MC, and the moment generating function for the service process corresponding to each state. This enables us to derive a closed-form expression of the EC in terms of authentication parameters. Furthermore, we compute the optimal transmission rate (at Alice) through gradient-descent (GD) technique and artificial neural network (ANN) method. Simulation results show that the EC decreases under severe authentication constraints (i.e., more false alarms and more transmissions by Eve). Simulation results also reveal that the (optimal transmission rate) performance of the ANN technique is quite close to that of the GTJ method.

Pandey, S., Singh, V..  2020.  Blackhole Attack Detection Using Machine Learning Approach on MANET. 2020 International Conference on Electronics and Sustainable Communication Systems (ICESC). :797–802.

Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) consists of different configurations, where it deals with the dynamic nature of its creation and also it is a self-configurable type of a network. The primary task in this type of networks is to develop a mechanism for routing that gives a high QoS parameter because of the nature of ad-hoc network. The Ad-hoc-on-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) used here is the on-demand routing mechanism for the computation of the trust. The proposed approach uses the Artificial neural network (ANN) and the Support Vector Machine (SVM) for the discovery of the black hole attacks in the network. The results are carried out between the black hole AODV and the security mechanism provided by us as the Secure AODV (SAODV). The results were tested on different number of nodes, at last, it has been experimented for 100 nodes which provide an improvement in energy consumption of 54.72%, the throughput is 88.68kbps, packet delivery ratio is 92.91% and the E to E delay is of about 37.27ms.

Wasi, Sarwar, Shams, Sarmad, Nasim, Shahzad, Shafiq, Arham.  2019.  Intrusion Detection Using Deep Learning and Statistical Data Analysis. 2019 4th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Sciences and Technology (ICEEST). :1–5.
Innovation and creativity have played an important role in the development of every field of life, relatively less but it has created several problems too. Intrusion detection is one of those problems which became difficult with the advancement in computer networks, multiple researchers with multiple techniques have come forward to solve this crucial issue, but network security is still a challenge. In our research, we have come across an idea to detect intrusion using a deep learning algorithm in combination with statistical data analysis of KDD cup 99 datasets. Firstly, we have applied statistical analysis on the given data set to generate a simplified form of data, so that a less complex binary classification model of artificial neural network could apply for data classification. Our system has decreased the complexity of the system and has improved the response time.
Onaolapo, A.K., Akindeji, K.T..  2019.  Application of Artificial Neural Network for Fault Recognition and Classification in Distribution Network. 2019 Southern African Universities Power Engineering Conference/Robotics and Mechatronics/Pattern Recognition Association of South Africa (SAUPEC/RobMech/PRASA). :299–304.
Occurrence of faults in power systems is unavoidable but their timely recognition and location enhances the reliability and security of supply; thereby resulting in economic gain to consumers and power utility alike. Distribution Network (DN) is made smarter by the introduction of sensors and computers into the system. In this paper, detection and classification of faults in DN using Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is emphasized. This is achieved through the employment of Back Propagation Algorithm (BPA) of the Feed Forward Neural Network (FFNN) using three phase voltages and currents as inputs. The simulations were carried out using the MATLAB® 2017a. ANN with various hidden layers were analyzed and the results authenticate the effectiveness of the method.
Hajdu, Gergo, Minoso, Yaclaudes, Lopez, Rafael, Acosta, Miguel, Elleithy, Abdelrahman.  2019.  Use of Artificial Neural Networks to Identify Fake Profiles. 2019 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference (LISAT). :1–4.
In this paper, we use machine learning, namely an artificial neural network to determine what are the chances that Facebook friend request is authentic or not. We also outline the classes and libraries involved. Furthermore, we discuss the sigmoid function and how the weights are determined and used. Finally, we consider the parameters of the social network page which are utmost important in the provided solution.
Fahad, S.K. Ahammad, Yahya, Abdulsamad Ebrahim.  2018.  Inflectional Review of Deep Learning on Natural Language Processing. 2018 International Conference on Smart Computing and Electronic Enterprise (ICSCEE). :1–4.
In the age of knowledge, Natural Language Processing (NLP) express its demand by a huge range of utilization. Previously NLP was dealing with statically data. Contemporary time NLP is doing considerably with the corpus, lexicon database, pattern reorganization. Considering Deep Learning (DL) method recognize artificial Neural Network (NN) to nonlinear process, NLP tools become increasingly accurate and efficient that begin a debacle. Multi-Layer Neural Network obtaining the importance of the NLP for its capability including standard speed and resolute output. Hierarchical designs of data operate recurring processing layers to learn and with this arrangement of DL methods manage several practices. In this paper, this resumed striving to reach a review of the tools and the necessary methodology to present a clear understanding of the association of NLP and DL for truly understand in the training. Efficiency and execution both are improved in NLP by Part of speech tagging (POST), Morphological Analysis, Named Entity Recognition (NER), Semantic Role Labeling (SRL), Syntactic Parsing, and Coreference resolution. Artificial Neural Networks (ANN), Time Delay Neural Networks (TDNN), Recurrent Neural Network (RNN), Convolution Neural Networks (CNN), and Long-Short-Term-Memory (LSTM) dealings among Dense Vector (DV), Windows Approach (WA), and Multitask learning (MTL) as a characteristic of Deep Learning. After statically methods, when DL communicate the influence of NLP, the individual form of the NLP process and DL rule collaboration was started a fundamental connection.
Katasev, Alexey S., Emaletdinova, Lilia Yu., Kataseva, Dina V..  2018.  Neural Network Model for Information Security Incident Forecasting. 2018 International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Applications and Manufacturing (ICIEAM). :1—5.

This paper describes the technology of neural network application to solve the problem of information security incidents forecasting. We describe the general problem of analyzing and predicting time series in a graphical and mathematical setting. To solve this problem, it is proposed to use a neural network model. To solve the task of forecasting a time series of information security incidents, data are generated and described on the basis of which the neural network is trained. We offer a neural network structure, train the neural network, estimate it's adequacy and forecasting ability. We show the possibility of effective use of a neural network model as a part of an intelligent forecasting system.

Newaz, AKM Iqtidar, Sikder, Amit Kumar, Rahman, Mohammad Ashiqur, Uluagac, A. Selcuk.  2019.  HealthGuard: A Machine Learning-Based Security Framework for Smart Healthcare Systems. 2019 Sixth International Conference on Social Networks Analysis, Management and Security (SNAMS). :389—396.
The integration of Internet-of-Things and pervasive computing in medical devices have made the modern healthcare system “smart.” Today, the function of the healthcare system is not limited to treat the patients only. With the help of implantable medical devices and wearables, Smart Healthcare System (SHS) can continuously monitor different vital signs of a patient and automatically detect and prevent critical medical conditions. However, these increasing functionalities of SHS raise several security concerns and attackers can exploit the SHS in numerous ways: they can impede normal function of the SHS, inject false data to change vital signs, and tamper a medical device to change the outcome of a medical emergency. In this paper, we propose HealthGuard, a novel machine learning-based security framework to detect malicious activities in a SHS. HealthGuard observes the vital signs of different connected devices of a SHS and correlates the vitals to understand the changes in body functions of the patient to distinguish benign and malicious activities. HealthGuard utilizes four different machine learning-based detection techniques (Artificial Neural Network, Decision Tree, Random Forest, k-Nearest Neighbor) to detect malicious activities in a SHS. We trained HealthGuard with data collected for eight different smart medical devices for twelve benign events including seven normal user activities and five disease-affected events. Furthermore, we evaluated the performance of HealthGuard against three different malicious threats. Our extensive evaluation shows that HealthGuard is an effective security framework for SHS with an accuracy of 91 % and an F1 score of 90 %.
ELMAARADI, Ayoub, LYHYAOUI, Abdelouahid, CHAIRI, IKRAM.  2019.  New security architecture using hybrid IDS for virtual private clouds. 2019 Third International Conference on Intelligent Computing in Data Sciences (ICDS). :1–5.

We recently see a real digital revolution where all companies prefer to use cloud computing because of its capability to offer a simplest way to deploy the needed services. However, this digital transformation has generated different security challenges as the privacy vulnerability against cyber-attacks. In this work we will present a new architecture of a hybrid Intrusion detection System, IDS for virtual private clouds, this architecture combines both network-based and host-based intrusion detection system to overcome the limitation of each other, in case the intruder bypassed the Network-based IDS and gained access to a host, in intend to enhance security in private cloud environments. We propose to use a non-traditional mechanism in the conception of the IDS (the detection engine). Machine learning, ML algorithms will can be used to build the IDS in both parts, to detect malicious traffic in the Network-based part as an additional layer for network security, and also detect anomalies in the Host-based part to provide more privacy and confidentiality in the virtual machine. It's not in our scope to train an Artificial Neural Network ”ANN”, but just to propose a new scheme for IDS based ANN, In our future work we will present all the details related to the architecture and parameters of the ANN, as well as the results of some real experiments.

Khalil, Kasem, Eldash, Omar, Kumar, Ashok, Bayoumi, Magdy.  2019.  Self-Healing Approach for Hardware Neural Network Architecture. 2019 IEEE 62nd International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS). :622–625.
Neural Network is used in many applications and guarding its performance against faults is a research challenge. Self-healing neural network is a promising concept for achieving reliability, which is the ability to detect and fix a fault in the system automatically. Most of the current self-healing neural network are based on replication of hardware nodes which causes significant area overhead. The proposed self-healing approach results in a modest area overhead and it is suitable for complex neural network. The proposed method is based on a shared operation and a spare node in each layer which compensates for any faulty node in the layer. Each faulty node will be compensated by its neighbor node, and the neighbor node performs the faulty node as well as its own operations sequentially. In the case the neighbor is faulty, the spare node will compensate for it. The proposed method is implemented using VHDL and the simulation results are obtained using Altira 10 GX FPGA for a different number of nodes. The area overhead is very small for a complex network. The reliability of the proposed method is studied and compared with the traditional neural network.
Kala, T. Sree, Christy, A..  2019.  An Intrusion Detection System using Opposition based Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm and PNN. 2019 International Conference on Machine Learning, Big Data, Cloud and Parallel Computing (COMITCon). :184–188.
Network security became a viral topic nowadays, Anomaly-based Intrusion Detection Systems [1] (IDSs) plays an indispensable role in identifying the attacks from networks and the detection rate and accuracy are said to be high. The proposed work explore this topic and solve this issue by the IDS model developed using Artificial Neural Network (ANN). This model uses Feed - Forward Neural Net algorithms and Probabilistic Neural Network and oppositional based on Particle Swarm optimization Algorithm for lessen the computational overhead and boost the performance level. The whole computing overhead produced in its execution and training are get minimized by the various optimization techniques used in these developed ANN-based IDS system. The experimental study on the developed system tested using the standard NSL-KDD dataset performs well, while compare with other intrusion detection models, built using NN, RB and OPSO algorithms.
Wang, Qian, Gao, Mingze, Qu, Gang.  2018.  A Machine Learning Attack Resistant Dual-Mode PUF. Proceedings of the 2018 on Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI. :177-182.

Silicon Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) is arguably the most promising hardware security primitive. In particular, PUFs that are capable of generating a large amount of challenge response pairs (CRPs) can be used in many security applications. However, these CRPs can also be exploited by machine learning attacks to model the PUF and predict its response. In this paper, we first show that, based on data in the public domain, two popular PUFs that can generate CRPs (i.e., arbiter PUF and reconfigurable ring oscillator (RO) PUF) can be broken by simple logistic regression (LR) attack with about 99% accuracy. We then propose a feedback structure to XOR the PUF response with the challenge and challenge the PUF again to generate the response. Results show that this successfully reduces LR's learning accuracy to the lower 50%, but artificial neural network (ANN) learning attack still has an 80% success rate. Therefore, we propose a configurable ring oscillator based dual-mode PUF which works with both odd number of inverters (like the reconfigurable RO PUF) and even number of inverters (like a bistable ring (BR) PUF). Since currently there are no known attacks that can model both RO PUF and BR PUF, the dual-mode PUF will be resistant to modeling attacks as long as we can hide its working mode from the attackers, which we achieve with two practical methods. Finally, we implement the proposed dual-mode PUF on Nexys 4 FPGA boards and collect real measurement to show that it reduces the learning accuracy of LR and ANN to the mid-50% and low 60%, respectively. In addition, it meets the PUF requirements of uniqueness, randomness, and robustness.

Majumder, R., Som, S., Gupta, R..  2017.  Vulnerability prediction through self-learning model. 2017 International Conference on Infocom Technologies and Unmanned Systems (Trends and Future Directions) (ICTUS). :400–402.

Vulnerability being the buzz word in the modern time is the most important jargon related to software and operating system. Since every now and then, software is developed some loopholes and incompleteness lie in the development phase, so there always remains a vulnerability of abruptness in it which can come into picture anytime. Detecting vulnerability is one thing and predicting its occurrence in the due course of time is another thing. If we get to know the vulnerability of any software in the due course of time then it acts as an active alarm for the developers to again develop sound and improvised software the second time. The proposal talks about the implementation of the idea using the artificial neural network, where different data sets are being given as input for being used for further analysis for successful results. As of now, there are models for studying the vulnerabilities in the software and networks, this paper proposal in addition to the current work, will throw light on the predictability of vulnerabilities over the due course of time.

Cordero, C. García, Hauke, S., Mühlhäuser, M., Fischer, M..  2016.  Analyzing flow-based anomaly intrusion detection using Replicator Neural Networks. 2016 14th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST). :317–324.

Defending key network infrastructure, such as Internet backbone links or the communication channels of critical infrastructure, is paramount, yet challenging. The inherently complex nature and quantity of network data impedes detecting attacks in real world settings. In this paper, we utilize features of network flows, characterized by their entropy, together with an extended version of the original Replicator Neural Network (RNN) and deep learning techniques to learn models of normality. This combination allows us to apply anomaly-based intrusion detection on arbitrarily large amounts of data and, consequently, large networks. Our approach is unsupervised and requires no labeled data. It also accurately detects network-wide anomalies without presuming that the training data is completely free of attacks. The evaluation of our intrusion detection method, on top of real network data, indicates that it can accurately detect resource exhaustion attacks and network profiling techniques of varying intensities. The developed method is efficient because a normality model can be learned by training an RNN within a few seconds only.

Paramathma, M. K., Devaraj, D., Reddy, B. S..  2016.  Artificial neural network based static security assessment module using PMU measurements for smart grid application. 2016 International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Technology and Science (ICETETS). :1–5.

Power system security is one of the key issues in the operation of smart grid system. Evaluation of power system security is a big challenge considering all the contingencies, due to huge computational efforts involved. Phasor measurement unit plays a vital role in real time power system monitoring and control. This paper presents static security assessment scheme for large scale inter connected power system with Phasor measurement unit using Artificial Neural Network. Voltage magnitude and phase angle are used as input variables of the ANN. The optimal location of PMU under base case and critical contingency cases are determined using Genetic algorithm. The performance of the proposed optimization model was tested with standard IEEE 30 bus system incorporating zero injection buses and successful results have been obtained.

Anderson, Hyrum S., Woodbridge, Jonathan, Filar, Bobby.  2016.  DeepDGA: Adversarially-Tuned Domain Generation and Detection. Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Security. :13–21.

Many malware families utilize domain generation algorithms (DGAs) to establish command and control (C&C) connections. While there are many methods to pseudorandomly generate domains, we focus in this paper on detecting (and generating) domains on a per-domain basis which provides a simple and flexible means to detect known DGA families. Recent machine learning approaches to DGA detection have been successful on fairly simplistic DGAs, many of which produce names of fixed length. However, models trained on limited datasets are somewhat blind to new DGA variants. In this paper, we leverage the concept of generative adversarial networks to construct a deep learning based DGA that is designed to intentionally bypass a deep learning based detector. In a series of adversarial rounds, the generator learns to generate domain names that are increasingly more difficult to detect. In turn, a detector model updates its parameters to compensate for the adversarially generated domains. We test the hypothesis of whether adversarially generated domains may be used to augment training sets in order to harden other machine learning models against yet-to-be-observed DGAs. We detail solutions to several challenges in training this character-based generative adversarial network. In particular, our deep learning architecture begins as a domain name auto-encoder (encoder + decoder) trained on domains in the Alexa one million. Then the encoder and decoder are reassembled competitively in a generative adversarial network (detector + generator), with novel neural architectures and training strategies to improve convergence.

You, L., Li, Y., Wang, Y., Zhang, J., Yang, Y..  2016.  A deep learning-based RNNs model for automatic security audit of short messages. 2016 16th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies (ISCIT). :225–229.

The traditional text classification methods usually follow this process: first, a sentence can be considered as a bag of words (BOW), then transformed into sentence feature vector which can be classified by some methods, such as maximum entropy (ME), Naive Bayes (NB), support vector machines (SVM), and so on. However, when these methods are applied to text classification, we usually can not obtain an ideal result. The most important reason is that the semantic relations between words is very important for text categorization, however, the traditional method can not capture it. Sentiment classification, as a special case of text classification, is binary classification (positive or negative). Inspired by the sentiment analysis, we use a novel deep learning-based recurrent neural networks (RNNs)model for automatic security audit of short messages from prisons, which can classify short messages(secure and non-insecure). In this paper, the feature of short messages is extracted by word2vec which captures word order information, and each sentence is mapped to a feature vector. In particular, words with similar meaning are mapped to a similar position in the vector space, and then classified by RNNs. RNNs are now widely used and the network structure of RNNs determines that it can easily process the sequence data. We preprocess short messages, extract typical features from existing security and non-security short messages via word2vec, and classify short messages through RNNs which accept a fixed-sized vector as input and produce a fixed-sized vector as output. The experimental results show that the RNNs model achieves an average 92.7% accuracy which is higher than SVM.

Kaur, R., Singh, A., Singh, S., Sharma, S..  2016.  Security of software defined networks: Taxonomic modeling, key components and open research area. 2016 International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, and Optimization Techniques (ICEEOT). :2832–2839.

Software defined networking promises network operators to dramatically simplify network management. It provides flexibility and innovation through network programmability. With SDN, network management moves from codifying functionality in terms of low-level device configuration to building software that facilitates network management and debugging[1]. SDN provides new techniques to solve long-standing problems in networking like routing by separating the complexity of state distribution from network specification. Despite all the hype surrounding SDNs, exploiting its full potential is demanding. Security is still the major issue and a striking challenge that reduces the growth of SDNs. Moreover the introduction of various architectural components and up cycling of novel entities of SDN poses new security issues and threats. SDN is considered as major target for digital threats and cyber-attacks[2] and have more devastating effects than simple networks. Initial SDN design doesn't considered security as its part; therefore, it must be raised on the agenda. This article discusses the security solutions proposed to secure SDNs. We categorize the security solutions in the article by presenting a thematic taxonomy based on SDN architectural layers/interfaces[3], security measures and goals, simulation framework. Moreover, the literature also points out the possible attacks[2] targeting different layers/interfaces of SDNs. For securing SDNs, the potential requirements and their key enablers are also identified and presented. Also, the articles sketch the design of secure and dependable SDNs. At last, we discuss open issues and challenges of SDN security that may be rated appropriate to be handled by professionals and researchers in the future.

Yang, Chaofei, Wu, Chunpeng, Li, Hai, Chen, Yiran, Barnell, Mark, Wu, Qing.  2016.  Security challenges in smart surveillance systems and the solutions based on emerging nano-devices. 2016 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD). :1–6.

Modern smart surveillance systems can not only record the monitored environment but also identify the targeted objects and detect anomaly activities. These advanced functions are often facilitated by deep neural networks, achieving very high accuracy and large data processing throughput. However, inappropriate design of the neural network may expose such smart systems to the risks of leaking the target being searched or even the adopted learning model itself to attackers. In this talk, we will present the security challenges in the design of smart surveillance systems. We will also discuss some possible solutions that leverage the unique properties of emerging nano-devices, including the incurred design and performance cost and optimization methods for minimizing these overheads.

Chakraborty, K., Saha, G..  2016.  Off-line voltage security assessment of power transmission systems using UVSI through artificial neural network. 2016 International Conference on Intelligent Control Power and Instrumentation (ICICPI). :158–162.

Coming days are becoming a much challenging task for the power system researchers due to the anomalous increase in the load demand with the existing system. As a result there exists a discordant between the transmission and generation framework which is severely pressurizing the power utilities. In this paper a quick and efficient methodology has been proposed to identify the most sensitive or susceptible regions in any power system network. The technique used in this paper comprises of correlation of a multi-bus power system network to an equivalent two-bus network along with the application of Artificial neural network(ANN) Architecture with training algorithm for online monitoring of voltage security of the system under all multiple exigencies which makes it more flexible. A fast voltage stability indicator has been proposed known as Unified Voltage Stability Indicator (UVSI) which is used as a substratal apparatus for the assessment of the voltage collapse point in a IEEE 30-bus power system in combination with the Feed Forward Neural Network (FFNN) to establish the accuracy of the status of the system for different contingency configurations.

Wei, Li, Hongyu, Liu, Xiaoliang, Zhang.  2016.  A network data security analysis method based on DPI technology. 2016 7th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering and Service Science (ICSESS). :973–976.

In view of the high demand for the security of visiting data in power system, a network data security analysis method based on DPI technology was put forward in this paper, to solve the problem of security gateway judge the legality of the network data. Considering the legitimacy of the data involves data protocol and data contents, this article will filters the data from protocol matching and content detection. Using deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to screen the protocol. Using protocol analysis to detect the contents of data. This paper implements the function that allowing secure data through the gateway and blocking threat data. The example proves that the method is more effective guarantee the safety of visiting data.

Deng, C., Qiao, H..  2016.  Network security intrusion detection system based on incremental improved convolutional neural network model. 2016 International Conference on Communication and Electronics Systems (ICCES). :1–5.

With the popularization and development of network knowledge, network intruders are increasing, and the attack mode has been updated. Intrusion detection technology is a kind of active defense technology, which can extract the key information from the network system, and quickly judge and protect the internal or external network intrusion. Intrusion detection is a kind of active security technology, which provides real-time protection for internal attacks, external attacks and misuse, and it plays an important role in ensuring network security. However, with the diversification of intrusion technology, the traditional intrusion detection system cannot meet the requirements of the current network security. Therefore, the implementation of intrusion detection needs diversifying. In this context, we apply neural network technology to the network intrusion detection system to solve the problem. In this paper, on the basis of intrusion detection method, we analyze the development history and the present situation of intrusion detection technology, and summarize the intrusion detection system overview and architecture. The neural network intrusion detection is divided into data acquisition, data analysis, pretreatment, intrusion behavior detection and testing.