Implementation of an hybrid intrusion detection mechanism in wireless sensor network

Lamyaa Moulad, Hicham Belhadaoui, Mounir Rifi

Abstract


In the last few years, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) have attracted considerable attention within the scientific community. The  applications  based  on Wireless Sensor Networks , whose  areas  include  agriculture, military,  hospitality  management ….etc , are growing swiftly. Yet, they are vulnerable to various security threats like Denial Of Service (DOS) attacks . Such issues can affect and absolutely degrade the performances and cause a dysfunction of the network and its components However, key management, authentication and secure routing protocols aren't able to offer the required security for WSNs. In fact, all they can offer is a first line of defense especially against outside attacks . Therefore, the implementation of a second line of defense, which is the Intrusion Detection System (IDS), is deemed necessary as part of an integrated approach, to secure the network against malicious and abnormal behaviors of intruders, hence the goal of this paper . This allows to improve security and protect all resources related to a WSN. Different detection methods have been proposed  in  recent  years  for  the development of  intrusion detection  system,  In this regard, we propose an integral  mechanism  which is in fact a hybrid  Intrusion  Detection  approach  based Anomaly, Detection using  support  vector  machine  (SVM), specifications based technique  and  clustering  algorithm  to   decrease  the  consumption  of  resources,  by reducing  the  amount  of  information  forwarded. So, our aim is to protect WSN ,without disturbing networks’ performances  through a good management of their resources , especially energy.


Keywords


DOS attack; Hybrid; IDS; IDS; SVM; WSN



DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/APTIKOM.J.CSIT.67

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