|Tytuł||IoT Network Attack Detection and Mitigation|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Autorzy||Gelenbe E, Fröhlich P, Nowak M, Papadopoulos S, Protogerou A, Drosou A, Tzovaras D|
|Conference Name||The 9th Mediterranean Conference on Embedded Computing (MECO'2020)|
|Date Published||June 2020|
|Conference Location||Budva, Montenegro|
|Słowa kluczowe||Cognitive Packet Network, Graph Neural Nets, IoT Security, Random Neural Networks, Software Defined Networks|
Cyberattacks on the Internet of Things (IoT) can cause major economic and physical damage, and disrupt production lines, manufacturing processes, supply chains, impact the physical safety of vehicles, and damage the health of human beings. Thus we describe and evaluate a distributed and robust attack detection and mitigation system for network environments where communicating decision agents use Graph Neural Networks to provide attack alerts. We also present an attack mitigation system that uses a Reinforcement Learning driven Software Defined Network to process the alerts generated by the attack detection system, together with Quality of Service measurements, so as to re-route sensitive traffic away from compromised network paths using. Experimental results illustrate both the detection and re-routing scheme.