A Review On data mining approach for network security
Er. Vibha, Er. Ankur gupta
data mining, network security, cyber attack
Over the last decade, we have become too much technology dependent. Now-a-days we rely on networks to receive emails, banking, stock price, news and online shopping. The need for protecting files in computer systems became more evident with the advent of shared systems. The need became even more severe for systems being accessed over a public network, the Internet. Information in transit must be protected from unauthorized release and changes. The connection itself must be securely established and maintained. The term network security defines that, Network is interconnection (or link) for example network of computers and Security is the freedom from danger or anxiety so Network Security is about securing and protecting the network (externally and internally) from Distributed Denial of Service attacks, rapidly spreading viruses, self-replicating worms, destructive malware and other attacks. Network security begins with authorization and authentication. Organizations are spending billions of dollars just to make their network secure and protect their data from outside and inside attack. However securing and protecting today’s complex network in not so easy, it is challenging and demanding [1]. There are many traditional security solutions existing but these solutions do not perform well. here we discuss a survey on various proposed security solution for data.
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Unique Paper ID: 147522

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 11

Page(s): 446 - 454
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