APPLICATION OF INTRUSION DETECTION SOFTWARE TO PROTECT TELEMETRY DATA IN OPEN NETWORKED COMPUTER ENVIRONMENTS.
AuthorKalibjian, Jeffrey R.
AffiliationCounterSign Software, Inc.
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AbstractOver the past few years models for Internet based sharing and selling of telemetry data have been presented    at ITC conferences. A key element of these sharing/selling architectures was security. This element was needed to insure that information was not compromised while in transit or to insure particular parties had a legitimate right to access the telemetry data. While the software managing the telemetry data needs to be security conscious, the networked computer hosting the telemetry data to be shared or sold also needs to be resistant to compromise. Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) may be used to help identify and protect computers from malicious attacks in which data can be compromised.
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