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Armasuisse S+T (CYD-C-2020003)
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1.02.2021 - 30.11.2021
The main objective of the CyberSpec project is to research, design, and implement an intelligent and automatic framework providing secure and trusted resource-constrained sensors used in crowdsensing platforms.
To achieve this goal, the following objectives are defined:
To create a so far fully unknown and non-existing labeled dataset, which supports the modeling of the internal behavior of Raspberry Pis affected by real, recent, and dangerous malware, which possibly can affect general Linux-based systems: The dataset will be used to model how malware samples, belonging to different types of families, affect different dimensions and metrics of the Raspberry Pis. These metrics may include parameters such as Hardware Performance Counter (HPC), system calls (Syscalls), and resource usage (e.g., CPU, Memory, or Network).
To design, implement, and initially validate an AI-based anomaly detection module being able to detect those anomalies produced by these malware samples stated above: Thus, a classification of these according to their behavior is foreseen to be determined, enabling a measurably better selection of countermeasures. Different supervised and unsupervised AI-based techniques will be used.
To research on trust: A trust algorithm to provide a measurable trust level of AI-based detection module predictions achieved. The suitability of heterogeneous dimensions, such as (1) prediction confidence scores, (2) methodology followed, (3) data used to train and evaluate models, and (4) algorithms selected, will be analyzed and determined to provide a viable basis for a possible design of such the trust algorithm.
Inquiries may be directed to the local Swiss project management:
Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller,
Dr. Alberto Huertas Celdrán
|University of Zürich, IFI|
|Phone: +41 44 635 75 85|
Fax: +41 44 635 68 09