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Thesis: Modélisation et identification de cyberattaques multi-étapes dans des ensembles d'évènements

March 14, 2019
14:00
Strasbourg - Forum de la Faculté de Médecine - salle 114

PhD defense : Julio NAVARRO LARA

Title : Modélisation et identification de cyberattaques multi-étapes dans des ensembles d'évènements

Team : CSTB

Abstract: A cyberattack is considered as multi-step if it is composed of at least two distinct actions. The main goal of this thesis is to help the security analyst in the creation of detection models from a set of alternative multi-step attack cases. To meet this goal, we present four research contributions.
First of all, we have conducted the first systematic survey about multi-step attack detection. One of the conclusions of this survey is the lack of methods to confirm the hypotheses formulated by the security analyst during the investigation of past multi-step attacks.
This leads us to the second of our contributions, the Abstract Attack Scenario Graph or AASG. In an AASG, the alternative proposals about the fundamental steps in an attack are represented as branches to be evaluated on new incoming events.
For this evaluation, we propose two models, Morwilog and Bidimac, which perform detection and identification of correct hypotheses. The evaluation of the results by the analyst allows the evolution of the models.
Finally, we propose a model for the visual investigation of attack scenarios in non-processed events. This model, called SimSC, is based on IP address similarity, considering the temporal distance between the events.

The jury is composed of M. Latapy, senior researcher LIP6 CNRS (Reviewer), J. Garcia-Alfaro, Professor Telecom SudParis (Reviewer), V. Legrand, Professor CNAM, P. Parrend academic ECAM and A. Deruyver, associate professor University of Strasbourg (Thesis supervisor).

The defense take place on Thursday 14th March at 2:00pm in the 114 room of the Forum of the Faculty of Medicine (4 rue Kirschleger, Strasbourg).

Keywords: Cybersecurity, multi-step attack, event correlation, attack detection.

 

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