Intrusion Detection Systems in Multi-Core Systems

Speaker:  Gautam Srivastava – Brandon, MB, Canada
Topic(s):  Security and Privacy

Abstract

Multi-core processors have been shown to represent a major evolution in computing hardware technology, and are now common. Multi-cores provide a network security application with more processing power from the hardware perspective. However, there are still significant software design challenges that must be overcome. In this talk, we
will discuss new architectures for multi-core supported Intrusion Detection Systems, that can aim at providing network security processing without causing a major
performance penalty in what can be considered as normal network operations. While hardware-based parallelisms have shown their advantage on throughput performance, parallelism in multi-cores can provide higher flexibility, higher performance, better comprehension, higher intelligence, as well as scalable solutions to network security applications. Intrusion Detection Systems presented in this talk can also protect multi core systems from Real-Time attacks with high performance without any penalty. We will also look at open research areas so that attendees can see where their own research can get involved.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  40
Duration:  50` minutes
Languages Available:  English
Last Updated: 

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