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Feasibility Discussion on Identifying Possibility for a National Behavioral Anomaly Detection Platform

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Title: Feasibility Discussion on Identifying Possibility for a National Behavioral Anomaly Detection Platform
Author(s): Ho, Shuyuan Mary; Treglia, Joseph Vincent
Subject(s): privacy security national behavioral anomaly detection platform
Abstract: The purpose of this panel is to identify and discuss high-level parameters and social issues regarding the implementation of a national behavioral anomaly detection platform. This platform would provide a “statistical firewall” to protect the rights of individual privacy, while also supporting the government’s obligation to protect the populace. We plan to initiate discussion of investigating the development of a framework to identify potentially incidences of malicious behavior, patterns or activity across a wide variety of industries through an automated analysis of data anomalies from multiple data sources. The result of this panel discussion would be an evaluation of feasibility, of standardized inputs, further definition on the framework and engine, and the identification of the legal and social issues attending such a capability.
Issue Date: 2009-02-08
Genre: Conference Paper / Presentation
Type: Text
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/15389
Date Available in IDEALS: 2010-04-12
 

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