Recognition And Deterrence Of Intrusion Detection In Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Networks

  • S. Thylashri, D. Femi

Abstract

Wireless sensor networks are more vulnerable to safety risks than other networks. Security concerns became increasingly prevalent with the extensive employment of wireless sensor networks in armed forces along with ecological surveillance. Developments in WSNs led to the implementation of several specially designed protocols for safety purposes. Data shared over network of wireless sensors susceptible to malicious attacks due to lack of facilities for physical defense. A quantity of these protocols is unsuccessful in imposing an unnecessary load on diminutive nodes in WSN for computational and energy use. This paper intend a strategy for handling intrusions in the wireless sensor network triggered by malicious nodes, with the goal of rising the detection rate and incorrect rate reduction. Accordingly, appropriate intrusion detection method are right away desired towards protection beside these attacks. This demonstrate that the planned algorithm afford an well-organized result to the crisis of complexity imbalances and progress the recognition of intrusions efficiency. In which the incidents are classified and the heads of clusters(CHs) recognized. In which the the events are marked and cluster heads (CHs) are known for blocking repeated maliciously induced behaviors. The CHs be able to also collect knowledge reports about intruders node maliciousness.

Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
S. Thylashri, D. Femi. (2020). Recognition And Deterrence Of Intrusion Detection In Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 149 - 154. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/13016