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Selecting IOT WSNIDS Based on Metrics User Necessity Weight Approach

Journal: International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering Research (IJETER) (Vol.11, No. 5)

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Page : 174-180

Keywords : Wireless sensor network; Internet of Things; Intrusion detection system; metrics; weight.;

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Internet of Things (IoT) WSNIDS is a network security software that is built for detection of vulnerability exploits against attacks. The choice of WSNIDS depends on the IoT architecture and application. The administrator is the one who will decide which WSNIDS will be the best solution for the sensor network. Not one solution is possible that is going to work for all, so administrator has to equate the abilities that individual WSNIDS provide along with economical, information and desires to find one that works top for them. The concept in this paper offers a user requirement weight-based method to WSNIDS choice for IoT. We primary discuss user WSNIDS requirements and WSNIDS metrics, after that for each WSNIDS necessity we match the metric(s) that are concerned. User are required to lists their WSNIDS necessities in a limited collection that are significant ranging from least to most. User necessities are frequently indicated in a positive form or transformed to the optimistic form. The initial requisite (i.e., minimum significant) is allocated the lowest weight (e.g., one) while the remaining requirements are allocated growing weights in proportion to their relative importance. Once the necessities are weighted, each WSNIDS metric is allocated a weight that is identical to the totality of the weights of the necessities it is going to contribute. WSNIDS metrics are organized in downward sequence where metric having maximum weight is at the topmost position. Suitable WSNIDS means may be selected after match is done between the metrics weight and WSNIDS features

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