Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
Information Security and Computer Security Using Neural Networks and Artificial Human Immune SystemAuthor : S.Senthil kumar and R.Kanakaraj
Volume 5 No.1 January-June 2016 pp 21-24
Human beings are involved in the care and repair of computer systems at every stage in their operation. This level of human involvement will be impossible to maintain in future. Biological and social systems of comparable and greater complexity have self-healing processes which are crucial to their survival. An immune system needs to be cognizant of its local host’s current situation and of its recent history; it must be an expert in intrusion detection. The body’s immune system deals with threats to the operation of the body using a number of pro-active and reactive systems. Additional tasks need to be devoted to protecting and maintaining a computer with an immune system so that human intervention can be minimized. Whether the root cause of the errors is faulty programming or simply a lack of foresight, human intervention is required in computing systems with a regularity which borders on the embarrassing.With an immune system, a computer could detect problem conditions and mobilize resources to deal with them automatically, letting the machine do the work. Although the phrase immune system’ would make many people think immediately of computer viruses, there is much more to the business of keeping systems healthy than simply protecting them from attack by hostile programs. If one thinks of biological systems or other self-sufficient systems, such as cities and communities, some of the most critical subsystems are involved in cleaning up waste products, repairing damage and security through checking and redundancy. It would be unthinkable to do without them.
Biometric, Neural Networks, Artificial Immune System