Cloud Service Security Adaptive Target Detection Algorithm Based on Bio-Inspired Performance Evaluation Process Algebra

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Byline: Guosheng Zhao (1), Xiaofeng Qu (1), Yuting Liao (1), Tiantian Wang (1), Jingting Zhang (1) Keywords: cloud service security; Bio-Inspired Performance Evaluation Process Algebra (Bio-PEPA); adaptive detection; biological immunity; evolutionary mechanism; TP 393.08 Abstract: Combining the principle of antibody concentration with the idea of biological evolution, this paper proposes an adaptive target detection algorithm for cloud service security based on Bio-Inspired Performance Evaluation Process Algebra (Bio-PEPA). The formal modelling of cloud services is formally modded by Bio-PEPA and the modules are transformed between cloud service internal structures and various components. Then, the security adaptive target detection algorithm of cloud service is divided into two processes, the short-term optimal action selection process which selects the current optimal detective action through the iterative operation of the expected function and the adaptive function, and the long-term detective strategy realized through the updates and eliminations of action planning table. The combination of the two processes reflects the self-adaptability of cloud service system to target detection. The simulating test detects three different kinds of security risks and then analyzes the relationship between the numbers of components with time in the service process. The performance of this method is compared with random detection method and three anomaly detection methods by the cloud service detection experiment. The detection time of this method is 50.1% of three kinds of detection methods and 86.3% of the random detection method. The service success rate is about 15% higher than that of random detection methods. The experimental results show that the algorithm has good time performance and high detection hit rate. Author Affiliation: (1) 0000 0001 0494 7769, grid.411991.5, College of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Harbin Normal University, Harbin, Heilongjiang, 150025, China Article History: Registration Date: 13/05/2019 Received Date: 25/09/2018 Online Date: 14/05/2019 Article note: Foundation item: Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (61202458, 61403109), the Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province of China (F2017021), and the Harbin Science and Technology Innovation Research Funds (2016RAQXJ036)

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