A Metrics Set for Wireless Sensor Networks Intrusion Detection System Evaluation

Er. Harmeet Singh

Abstract


Wireless sensor technology has become popular due to its unique features and is advancing every day. This paper describes a set of metrics that are relevant to wireless sensor networks intrusion detection system and can be used for its evaluation. The metrics set will help designers in designing efficient intrusion detection systems for wireless sensor network that are more sensitive to attacks by intruders. The metrics discussed in this paper are general characteristics that are relevant to wireless sensor networks intrusion detection system and only the common ones are discussed. The proposed metrics set will help an administrator of a network to choose the best wireless sensor networks intrusion detection system from a set of IDS systems or to optimize a configuration of a certain wireless intrusion detection system for a given network with a particular topology, sensor nodes capabilities and anticipated types of attack.

Keywords


Wireless sensor, Metrics, Intrusion Detection System, Topology, Intruder. Finally discussion will be done about the lessons learned using a preliminary version of the metric set and the opportunities for further work in this area.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i4.3750

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