Deep Learning-Based Digital Physical System Threat Identification A Study of Information security

  • Deepa K.R Department of Master of Computer Applications Rajarajeswari College of Engineering, Bengaluru
  • A Rajkumar Department of Master of Computer Applications Rajarajeswari College of Engineering, Bengaluru
Keywords: Cyber-Physical System, Cybersecurity, Deep Learning, Intrusion Detection, Pattern Classification.

Abstract

With the amplified quantity of cyber-attacks and cyber criminals targeting cyber-physical systems (CPSs), identifying these intrusions remains difficult. Intrusion detection is a critical security issue in today’s cyber environment. A large range of strategies based on appliance learning organizations have stood developed. So, in command to sense the infiltration, we created machine learning algorithms. Deep learning (DL) outperforms typical machine learning (ML) methods in terms of performance. When there is enough data, DL models nearly always produce great results. However, as compared to other domains like as NLP, image processing, software vulnerability, and many others, DL models have been slowly deployed to attack the CPS cybersecurity issue.
Many DL mock upstake likewise stood accessible in recent articles to identify CPS cyber-attacks. A commonly acknowledged explanation for the problems in identifying cyber-attacks on CPSs is the gradation of complexity when superimposing cybersecurity over CPSs. The dataset UNSW-NB15 was used in this system from the dataset repository. Then we must implement several classification methods such as logistic regression (LR) and LSTM. The untried findings recommend that equally methods are accurate.

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2023-07-01
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