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Branitskiy Alexander Alexandrovich

Citizenship: Russia
Address academic (office):
St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences
39, 14th Liniya, St.-Petersburg, 199178, Russia
Tel.: +7-(812)-328-7181
Fax: +7-(812)-328-4450

Position: PhD student

Branitskiy Alexander Alexandrovich, PhD student of Laboratory of Computer Security Problems of the St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science (Scientific advisor - prof. Igor Kotenko).

E-mail: branitskiy[AT]comsec[DOT]spb[DOT]ru
http://comsec.spb.ru/branitskiy/

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Research interests

  • Artificial intelligence, computer networks, information security, functional programming, the theory of formal languages and compilers.

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Academic background

  • 2007-2012 St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics.

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Awards

2015

  • Branitskiy Alexander Alexandrovich - Alexander Branitskiy and Igor Kotenko are laureates of the best paper award at 18th IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Engineering (CSE 2015). Porto, Portugal. October 21-23, 2015.

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Patents and Programms

Programs and databases

2019

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Saenko. Component of multidimensional assessment and categorization of semantic content of information objects. Certificate No 2019664050. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 30.10.2019.

  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Elena Doynikova, Igor Kotenko. Neural network module for users of a social network classification according to the psychological scales of the Ammon's test. Certificate No 2019664410. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 06.11.2019.

2018

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Maxim Kolomeec, Andrey Chechulin. Network visualization system based on Voroni diagramm. Federal Service for Intellectual Property. Certificate No 2018613605. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 19.03.2018.

  2. Igor Saenko, Igor Parashchuk, Alexander Branitskiy. Software for imitation modeling of processes for collecting and preprocessing unwanted information. Federal Service for Intellectual Property. Certificate No 2018663494. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 29.10.2018.

2017

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko. Frontend-interface of network attack generator. Federal Service for Intellectual Property. Certificate No 2017660184. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 19.09.2017.

2016

  1. .., .., .. . 2016663554. 12.12.2016.
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2015

  1. Igor Saenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Software and instrumental bench of visualization and evaluation of design quality of virtual networks for decision support in monitoring and management of information security. Federal Service for Intellectual Property. Certificate No 2015615772. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 22.05.2015.

  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Adaptive intrusion detection system based on hybridization methods of computational intelligence. Federal Service for Intellectual Property. Certificate No 2015662189. Registered in the Computer Program Registry 18.11.2015.

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Projects

Current Grants and Projects

  • Elena Doynikova (Principal Investigator). Techniques of security assessment and response to cyber attacks in the industrial Internet of Things based on the ontology of security metrics and methods of intellectual analysis of big data. Research grant # 19-07-01246 A of Russian Foundation of Basic Research, 2019-2021 (Researcher).
    Report-2019-19-07-01246-a-short.pdf [application/pdf] (215676 bytes)
  • Vasiliy Desnitsky (Principal Investigator). Models, techniques and algorithms for security analysis of software and hardware components of wireless sensor networks. Research grant # 19-07-00953 A of Russian Foundation of Basic Research, 2019-2021 (Researcher).
    Report-2019-19-07-00953-a-short.pdf [application/pdf] (195496 bytes)
  • Igor Kotenko (Principal Investigator) State Contract No. 05.607.21.0322 "Development of methods, models, algorithms and software tools based on detecting deviations in heuristics of ultra-high volume traffic to detect network attacks and protect against them". Project of Russian Ministry of Education and Science in scope of the Program "Research and development in priority directions of evolution of the scientific and technological complex of Russia on 2014-2020", 2019-2020 (Researcher).
    Report-FTP-Results-05.607.21.0322.pdf [application/pdf] (204912 bytes)
  • Igor Kotenko (Principal Investigator). "Monitoring and identification of destructive information impacts and negative personal tendencies of the younger generation when interacting with the Internet space on the basis of methods of neurocomputer and neural network processing of Internet content" Research grant # 18-29-22034 of Russian Foundation of Basic Research, 2018-2021 (Researcher).
    Report-2019-18-29-22034-short.pdf [application/pdf] (147123 bytes)
  • Igor Saenko (Principal Investigator). Grant of Russian Science Foundation 18-11-00302 "Intelligent digital network content processing for effective detection and counteraction of inappropriate, dubious and harmful information", 2018-2020 (Researcher).
    RSF-Results-2018-18-11-00302-Eng.pdf [application/pdf] (94208 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2018-18-11-00302-Rus.pdf [application/pdf] (245760 bytes)
  • Andrey Chechulin (Principal Investigator). "Research, development and application of Augmented Reality technology for cyber and cyberphysical systems security data visualization" Research grant # 18-37-20047 of Russian Foundation of Basic Research, 2018-2020 (Researcher).
    Report-2019-18-37-20047-short.pdf [application/pdf] (208896 bytes)

Former Projects

  • Vasily Desnitsky (Principal Investigator). Russian Federation Presidential Grant MK-5848.2018.9 "Modeling and analysis of cyber-physical energy exhaustion attacks on Internet of Things devices", 2018-2019 (Researcher).
  • Igor Kotenko (Principal Investigator). NIR-FUND of ITMO University 717075 "Methods, Models, Methods, Algorithms, Protocols and Applications for ensuring Information Security of Cyber-Physical Systems", 2017-2019 (Researcher).
  • Elena Doynikova (Principal Investigator). Development of models, techniques and alghoritms for automated countermeasures generation in process of security information and events management. Research grant # 16-37-00338-mol_a of Russian Foundation of Basic Research, 2016-2017 (Researcher).
    Report-2016-16-37-00338-mol-a-short.pdf [application/pdf] (308434 bytes)
    Report-2017-16-37-00338-mol-a-short.pdf [application/pdf] (139264 bytes)
  • Igor Kotenko (Principal Investigator) Grant of Russian Science Foundation 15-11-30029 "Incident management and counteraction against targeted cyber-physical attacks in distributed largescaled mission critical systems taking into account cloud services and networks of the Internet of Things", 2015-2017., 2015-2017 (Researcher).
    RSF-Results-2015-15-11-30029-Eng.pdf [application/pdf] (18843 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2015-15-11-30029-Rus.pdf [application/pdf] (128851 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2016-15-11-30029-Eng.pdf [application/pdf] (327680 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2016-15-11-30029-Rus.pdf [application/pdf] (442368 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2017-15-11-30029-Eng.pdf [application/pdf] (327680 bytes)
    RSF-Results-2017-15-11-30029-Rus.pdf [application/pdf] (438272 bytes)

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Main publications

Books and Chapters in Books

  1. Kotenko I., Saenko I., Branitskiy A. Machine Learning and Big Data Processing for Cybersecurity Data Analysis // Chapter in book Data Science in Cybersecurity and Cyberthreat Intelligence. Leslie F. Sikos and Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo (Eds.). Springer. 2019.
  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko I. Applying Artificial Intelligence Methods to Network Attack Detection // AI in Cybersecurity. Springer, Cham. 2019. pp. 115-149.
  3. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Applying Artificial Intelligence Methods to Network Attack Detection // Chapter in book: AI in Cybersecurity, L. F. Sikos (ed.), Springer, Intelligent Systems Reference Library, 2019, Vol.151. P.115149. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98842-9_5(WoS and Scopus).

Papers

2020

  1. Branitskiy A., Doynikova E., Kotenko I., Krasilnikova N., Levshun D., Tishkov A., Vanchakova N. The Common Approach to Determination of the Destructive Information Impacts and Negative Personal Tendencies of Young Generation Using the Neural Network Methods for the Internet Content Processing // Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing (IDC 2019), October 7-9, 2019, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. 2020. pp. 302-310. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32258-8_36. ISSN 1860-949X. (Scopus, WoS, SJR=0.18, Q4).

2019

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Dmitry Levshun, Natalia Krasilnikova, Elena Doynikova, Igor Kotenko, Artem Tishkov, Nina Vanchakova, and Andrey Chechulin. Determination of Young Generation's Sensitivity to the Destructive Stimuli based on the Information in Social Networks. Journal of Internet Services and Information Security (JISIS), Volume 9, Issue 3, August 2019. P 1-20. DOI: 10.22667/JISIS.2019.08.31.001. http://isyou.info/jisis/vol9/no3/jisis-2019-vol9-no3-01.pdf
  2. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko I., Alexander Branitskiy. Improving the Performance of Manufacturing Technologies for Advanced Material Processing Using a Big Data and Machine Learning Framework // Materials Today: Proceedings. 2019. vol. 11. part 1. pp. 380-385. DOI: 10.1016/j.matpr.2018.12.162 (Scopus, WoS, SJR=0.31).
  3. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko, Alexei Kushnerevich, Alexander Branitskiy. Attack detection in IoT critical infrastructures: a machine learning and big data processing approach // The 27th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and network-based Processing (PDP 2019). Pavia, Italy, February 13-15, 2019. pp. 340-347. DOI: 10.1109/PDP.2019.00057. (WoS, Scopus).
  4. Kotenko I., Saenko I., Branitskiy A. Detection of Distributed Cyber Attacks Based on Weighted Ensembles of Classifiers and Big Data Processing Architecture // IEEE INFOCOM19 Workshop of BigSecurity, Paris, France, 2019. IEEE Xplore. 6 p. (WoS, Scopus).
  5. Branitskiy A., Fedorchenko A., Kotenko I., Saenko I. An Approach to Intelligent Distributed Scanning and Analytical Processing of the Internet Inappropriate Information // The 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS 2019). 18-21 September, 2019, Metz, France. pp. 146-151. (WoS, Scopus).
  6. Branitskiy A., Kotenko I. Attack Detection in Mobile Internet and Networks using the Graph-based Schemes for Combining the Support Vector Machines // Mobile Internet Security. The 2017 International Symposium on Mobile Internet Security, MobiSec 2017. Jeju Island, Republic of Korea, October 20 21, 2017. Revised Selected papers. Communications in Computer and Information Science, V. 971, Springer, 2019. P.1-16. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-3732-1_1. (Scopus, WoS, SJR=0.162).
  7. Alexander Branitskiy, Elena Doynikova, Igor Kotenko. Forecasting of the exposure of social network users to destructive impacts based on the usage of neural networks // Information & Control Systems. 2020. no. 6. (in Russian).
  8. Nina Vanchakova, Andrey Bogatyrev, Natalia Krasilnikova, Diana Gaifulina, Igor Kotenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Media portrait of an individual as a basis for identifying the destructive style of interaction of young people in social network // Modern High Technologies, 2019. (HAC, RSCI). (in Russian).
  9. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Saenko. The Technique of Multi-aspect Evaluation and Categorization of Malicious Information Objects on the Internet // Proceedings of Telecommunication Universities. 2019. vol. 5. no. 3. pp. 58-65. DOI:10.31854/1813-324X-2019-5-3-58-65. (in Russian).
  10. Alexandr Branitskiy, Vasily Desnitsky. Approach to adaptation and retraining of system for analyzing the information objects // Materials of V interregional scientific-practical conference Advanced national information systems and technologies, September 24-28, p. 62-64, 2019. (in Russian).
  11. Vasily Desnitsky, Elena Doinikova, Andrey Fedorchenko, Alexander Branitsky. Modeling and analysis of intruder actions in wireless sensor networks // Proceedings of the II International Scientific and Practical Conference "Digital Region: Experience, Competencies, Projects". Ed. Bryansk State Engineering and Technology University. P. 237-240. 2019. (in Russian).
  12. Alexander Branitskiy, Nina Vanchakova, Elena Doynikova, Igor Kotenko, Natalia Krasilnikova, Igor Saenko, Artem Tishkov. Common approach to the determination of destructive information impacts and negative personal trends of young generation using the techniques based on neural networks for internet content processing // 8th International Conference on Advanced Infotelecommunications (ICAIT 2019). February 27-28, 2019. Conference proceedings. Russia, St. Petersburg. vol. 1. pp. 164-167 (in Russian).
  13. Artem Tishkov, Lyubov Strakh, Nina Vanchakova, Natalya Krasilnikova, Igor Kotenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Statistical analysis of i-functions interrelation of undergraduate students // XI St. Petersburg Interregional Conference Information Security of Russian Regions (ISRR-2019), October 23-25, 2019, Russia, St. Petersburg. 2019. pp. 374-376 (in Russian).
  14. Alexander Branitskiy, Lidia Vitkova, Igor Saenko, Andrey Chechulin, Elena Doynikova, Igor Kotenko, Artem Tishkov, Nina Vanchakova. The use of neural networks to predict the results of the Ammon test on a profile in social networks // XI St. Petersburg Interregional Conference Information Security of Russian Regions (ISRR-2019), October 23-25, 2019, Russia, St. Petersburg. 2019. pp.100-101. (in Russian).
  15. Alexander Branitskiy, Elena Doynikova, Veronika Kuzmina, Igor Saenko, Andrey Chechulin. Analysis of CVSS Metrics System in Order to Develop Attack Graph Algorithm. // 8th International Conference on Advanced Infotelecommunications (ICAIT 2019). February 27-28, 2019. Conference proceedings. Russia, St. Petersburg. vol. 1. pp. 167-172. (in Russian).
  16. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Saenko. Methods and models of multi-aspect evaluation and categorization of the semantic content of information objects // The V interregional scientific and practical conference "Perspective directions of development of domestic information technologies". September 24-28, 2019, Russia, Sevastopol. pp. 310-312. (in Russian).
  17. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Saenko. Methods of adaptation and retraining of the system of analysis of information objects in the internet network // XI St. Petersburg Interregional Conference Information Security of Russian Regions (ISRR-2019), October 23-25, 2019, Russia, St. Petersburg. 2019. pp. 102-103. (in Russian).

2018

  1. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Framework for Mobile Internet of Things Security Monitoring based on Big Data Processing and Machine Learning // IEEE Access, 2018, Vol.6. 10 p. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2881998 (Q1, WoS and Scopus).
  2. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Improving the Performance of Manufacturing Technologies for Advanced Material Processing Using a Big Bata and Machine Learning Framework // Materials Today: Proceedings. Elsevier, 2018. 6p. (WoS and Scopus).
  3. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Software Tool for Testing the Packet Analyzer of Network Attack Detection Systems // 11th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks (SIN 2018). September 10th-12th, 2018. Cardiff University, Cardiff. Proceedings by ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (ICPS). 2018.Article No.:12, P.1-8. DOI: 10.1145/3264437.3264488 (Scopus, WoS).
  4. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Applying Big Data Processing and Machine Learning Methods for Mobile Internet of Things Security Monitoring // Journal of Internet Services and Information Security (JISIS), Volume 8, Issue 3, August 2018. P. 54-63. DOI:10.22667/JISIS.2018.08.31.054. http://www.jisis.org/vol8no3.php.
  5. Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko, Alexander Branitskiy. Applying Big Data Processing and Machine Learning Methods for Mobile Internet of Things Security Monitoring // The 3rd International Symposium on Mobile Internet Security (MobiSec 2018). Cebu, Philippines, August 29-September 1, 2018. 10 p. http://isyou.info/conf/mobisec18/mobisec18-book-ver1.pdf.
  6. Alexey Kushnerevich, Alexander Branitskiy. Software for Distributed Machine Learning procedures for Network Security Purposes // Proceedings of the conference "Information technologies in management" (ITU-2018). St. Petersburg. October 2-4, 2018. SPb.: Concern Central Research Institute Electropribor JSC, 2018, P.512-515. (in Russian).
  7. Vasily Desnitsky, Alexander Branitskiy. Principles of adaptation and retraining of the information object analysis system to protect against unwanted and harmful information// Proceedings of the conference "Information technologies in management" (ITU-2018). St. Petersburg. October 2-4, 2018. SPb.: Concern Central Research Institute Electropribor JSC, 2018, P. 522-525. (in Russian).
  8. Alexander Branitskiy. Substantiation of requirements to means of implementing of multidimensional estimation and categorization of semantic content of information objects // XVI Anniversary Saint-Petersburg International Conference "Regional informatics-2018 (RI-2018)". St. Petersburg, Russia. October 24-26, 2018. Proceedings. P. 118-119. (in Russian).
  9. Alexander Branitskiy, Vasily Desnitsky. Substantiation of requirements for adaptation and retraining of system of analysis of information objects for protection against unwanted and harmful information construction // XVI Anniversary Saint-Petersburg International Conference "Regional informatics-2018 (RI-2018)". St. Petersburg, Russia. October 24-26, 2018. Proceedings. P. 120-122. (in Russian).
  10. Alexander Branitskiy. Efficiency increase programming methods for attack detection network signature systems // Actual problems of informational communication in science and education (APISE 2018). VII International technical science and methodical science conference. Compilation of papers. In 4 volumes. Edited by S.V. Bachevskiy. 2018. Volume 1. P. 118123. (in Russian).
  11. Alexander Branitskiy. Parallel genetic learning algorithm of neuro-fuzzy network for solving the task of sequence scanning packets detection // XVI St. Petersburg International Conference "Regional Informatics (RI-2018)". Conference proceedings. SPOISU. - 2018. P. 119120. (in Russian).
  12. Igor Saenko, Alexey Kushnerevich, Alexander Branitskiy. An approach to detecting attacks on Internet of things devices based on distributed data processing and the use of machine learning algorithms // Proceedings of the 27th Technical Science Conference "Methods and technical means of ensuring the security of information." September 24-27, 2018 St. Petersburg. Publisher Polytechnic University. 2018. P. 29-30. (in Russian).
  13. Igor Saenko, Alexey Kushnerevich, Alexander Branitskiy. An approach to detecting attacks on IoT devices based on distributed data processing and the use of machine learning algorithms // Proceedings of the 27th Technical Science Conference "Methods and technical means of ensuring the security of information." September 24-27, 2018 St. Petersburg. Publisher Polytechnic University. 2018. P. 29-30. (in Russian).

2017

  1. Igor Kotenko, Andrey Chechulin, Alexander Branitskiy. Generation of Source Data for Experiments with Network Attack Detection Software. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017. P.236-245. URL: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/820/1/012033 (WoS and Scopus)
  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Hybridization of computational intelligence methods for attack detection in computer networks // Journal of Computational Science, Elsevier, 2016, No.23, P.145156.
  3. Alexander Branitskiy. Hierarchical Hybridization of Binary Classifiers for Detecting the Anoma-lous Network Connections // SPIIRAS Proceedings. No. 3 (52), 2017. P. 204233. (in Russian).
  4. Alexander Branitskiy and Igor Kotenko. Network anomaly detection based on an ensemble of adaptive binary classifiers // Computer Network Security. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag, Vol.10446. The 2017 7th International Conference on Mathematical Methods, Models and Architectures for Computer Networks Security (MMM-ACNS-2017). August 28-30, 2017, Warsaw, Poland. P.143157. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-65127-9_12.
  5. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Open Source Software for Network Attack Detection and Prevention. Part 1 // Information security. Inside. No. 2, 2017. P. 40-47. (in Russian).
  6. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Open Source Software for Network Attack Detection and Prevention. Part 2 // Information security. Inside. No. 3, 2017. P. 58-66. (in Russian).
  7. Alexander Branitskiy. Evasion and Insertion Network Attacks on the Example of Snort, Suricata and Bro // X Saint-Petersburg Interregional conference "Information security of regions of Russia (IBRR-2017)", Saint-Petersburg, Vol. 3. November 1-3, 2017. The proceedings of conference, 2017. (accepted for printing). (in Russian).
  8. Alexander Branitskiy. Algorithms for Parallel Searching of Template Substrings in Realization of ADS Signature Rules // X Saint-Petersburg Interregional conference "Information security of regions of Russia (IBRR-2017)", Vol. 3. Saint-Petersburg, November 1-3, 2017. The proceedings of conference, 2017. (accepted for printing). (in Russian).
  9. Alexander Branitskiy. Detection and Prevention of Distributed Network Attacks using the Technologies of Machine Learning // The All-Russian Forum "The System of Distributed Situation Centers as the Basis for Digital Transformation of Public Administration" (SDSC-2017). 2017. (accepted for printing). (in Russian).

2016

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Hybridization of computational intelligence methods for attack detection in computer networks // Journal of Computational Science, Elsevier, 2016. (WoS and Scopus). Available online - 1 August 2016. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/aip/18777503 (WoS and Scopus)
  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Analysis and Classification of Methods for Network Attack Detection. SPIIRAS Proceedings. 2016. Issue 45. P.207-244. (in Russian).
  3. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Techniques of combining the binary classifiers for identifying the anomalous network connections. 9th Conference on Information Technologies in Control (ITC) . Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. October 46, 2016. P.660-664. (in Russian).
  4. Alexander Branitskiy. Architecture of the distributed system of detection, classification and prevention of network attacks based on signature analysis and computational intelligence methods. 9th Conference on Information Technologies in Control (ITC) . Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. October 46, 2016. P.651-655. (in Russian).
  5. Alexander Branitskiy. Modified model of computational immune system based on evolutionary-genetic approach for detection and classification of anomalous network connections. 9th Conference on Information Technologies in Control (ITC) . Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. October 46, 2016. P.656-659. (in Russian).
  6. Alexander Branitskiy. Artificial immune systems as a concept for detection and classification of attacks under conditions of dynamically changing traffic. 25th All-Russian Conference Methods and technical tools of information security (MTTIS 2016). Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. 4-7 July, 2016. P.12-13. (in Russian).
  7. Alexander Branitskiy. Combined approach to detection of network attacks based on signature analysis and computational intelligence methods. XV nniversary Saint-Petersburg International Conference "Regional informatics-2016 (RI-2016)". Proceedings. St. Petersburg, 2016. P.150. (in Russian).
  8. Alexander Branitskiy, Maxim Colomeec. Development of visualization system of computer networks based on Voronoi diagram. XV nniversary Saint-Petersburg International Conference "Regional informatics-2016 (RI-2016)". Proceedings. St. Petersburg, 2016. P.150-151. (in Russian).

2015

  1. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Network attack detection based on combination of neural, immune and neuro-fuzzy classifiers. The 18th IEEE International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (IEEE CSE2015). Porto, Portugal. October 21-23, 2015, P.152-159. (WoS, Scopus)
  2. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Construction of neural network and immune cell intrusion detection system. Problems of information security, Computer systems, 4, 2015. P.23-27. (in Russian).
  3. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Network attack detection based on aggregation of neural, immune and neuro-fuzzy classifier. Information management systems, 4, 2015. P.69-77. DOI:10.15217/issn1684-8853.2015.4.69. (in Russian).
  4. Branitskiy Alexander. Methods of computational intelligence for detection and classification of anomalies in network traffic. IX Saint-Petersburg Interregional conference "Information security of regions of Russia (IBRR-2015)", Saint-Petersburg, October 28-30, 2015. The proceedings of conference, 2015. P.61-62. (in Russian).
  5. Alexander Branitskiy, Vladimir Polushin. Construction of neural network and immune cell intrusion detection system. 17th International Conference RusCrypto`2015, Solnechnogorsk, March 17-20, 2015. http://www.ruscrypto.ru/ (in Russian).
  6. Alexander Branitskiy, Igor Kotenko. Methods of combining the binary classifiers for problems of detection and classification of network attacks. 24th All-Russian Conference Methods and technical tools of information security (MTTIS 2015). Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. 29 June - 02 July, 2015. P.68. (in Russian).
  7. Alexander Branitskiy. Intrusion detection on the basis of combination of signature-based methods and mechanisms of machine learning. 24th All-Russian Conference Methods and technical tools of information security (MTTIS 2015). Proceedings. St.Petersburg, Russia. 29 June - 02 July, 2015. P.67. (in Russian).

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