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Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining In Function of Computer Infrastructure Security

Petar Čisar
University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia

Sanja Maravić Čisar
Subotica Tech-College of Applied Sciences, Subotica, Serbia
Serbia

This paper elaborates general characteristics of artificial intelligence (AI) approach to provide a sufficient level of cyber security of computer infrastructure. It emphasizes the advantages as well as the drawbacks and limitations of applying this scientific field in security domain. Also, the paper focuses on different categories of AI (for instance, expert systems, fuzzy logic, and artificial neural networks) and data mining and points out their specifics in intrusion detection. With these features in mind, it's safe to say that AI is a long way from becoming the universal cyber security answer. The best approach in the meantime would be the combination of proven anti-malware software with AI tools, so those who are responsible for critical infrastructure should keep this in mind when developing cyber security strategy.

 

 


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