Anomaly Detection Approach Based on Deep Neural Network and Dropout

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Zaid Hussien et al.

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   Regarding to the computer system security, the intrusion detection systems are fundamental components for discriminating attacks at the early stage. They monitor and analyze network traffics, looking for abnormal behaviors or attack signatures to detect intrusions in early time. However, many challenges arise while developing flexible and efficient network intrusion detection system (NIDS) for unforeseen attacks with high detection rate. In this paper, deep neural network (DNN) approach was proposed for anomaly detection NIDS. Dropout is the regularized technique used with DNN model to reduce the overfitting. The experimental results applied on NSL_KDD dataset. SoftMax output layer has been used with cross entropy loss function to enforce the proposed model in multiple classification, including five labels, one is normal and four others are attacks (Dos, R2L, U2L and Probe). Accuracy metric was used to evaluate the model performance. The proposed model accuracy achieved to 99.45%. Commonly the recognition time is reduced in the NIDS by using feature selection technique. The proposed DNN classifier implemented with feature selection algorithm, and obtained on accuracy reached to 99.27%.

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Hussien et al. Z. Anomaly Detection Approach Based on Deep Neural Network and Dropout. Baghdad Sci.J [Internet]. 2020Jun.23 [cited 2020Nov.25];17(2(SI):0701. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/4000
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