Advancing Threat Detection: Utilizing Deep Learning Models for Enhanced Cybersecurity Protocols

Advancing Threat Detection: Utilizing Deep Learning Models for Enhanced Cybersecurity Protocols

Authors

  • Bharath Reddy Maddireddy Voya Financials, sr.IT security Specialist
  • Bhargava Reddy Maddireddy Voya Financials, sr, network security Engineer

Keywords:

Deep learning, cybersecurity, threat detection, neural networks, anomaly detection, automated response

Abstract

Advancing threat detection within the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape necessitates innovative approaches that can keep pace with increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks. This study explores the integration of deep learning models into cybersecurity protocols to enhance threat detection capabilities. Deep learning, a subset of machine learning, leverages artificial neural networks with many layers to process and analyze large volumes of data, making it exceptionally suited for identifying complex patterns indicative of cyber threats. The research focuses on the implementation and efficacy of various deep learning architectures, such as convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and recurrent neural networks (RNNs), in detecting and mitigating cybersecurity threats. These models are trained on extensive datasets comprising diverse types of cyber attacks, enabling them to distinguish between normal and malicious activities with high accuracy. By examining real-time data streams, these deep learning systems can continuously learn and adapt, improving their threat detection capabilities over time. A significant aspect of this study is the comparison between traditional machine learning methods and advanced deep learning models in terms of performance metrics, including detection rate, false positive rate, and computational efficiency. The findings indicate that deep learning models outperform traditional methods, particularly in detecting zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs), which are notoriously difficult to identify using conventional techniques. Moreover, this paper discusses the integration of these deep learning models into existing cybersecurity infrastructures, emphasizing the importance of scalability, real-time processing, and automated response mechanisms. The proposed framework includes a multi-layered defense strategy where deep learning models are employed at various stages of the cybersecurity protocol, from initial threat detection to final incident response. In conclusion, the utilization of deep learning models represents a significant advancement in cybersecurity, offering enhanced threat detection and mitigation capabilities. This study underscores the potential of deep learning to transform cybersecurity practices, providing a robust defense against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats. Future research directions include the exploration of hybrid models combining deep learning with other AI techniques and the continuous improvement of model robustness against adversarial attacks.

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

Bharath Reddy Maddireddy, & Bhargava Reddy Maddireddy. (2023). Advancing Threat Detection: Utilizing Deep Learning Models for Enhanced Cybersecurity Protocols . Revista Espanola De Documentacion Cientifica, 18(02), 325–355. Retrieved from http://redc.revistas-csic.com/index.php/Jorunal/article/view/222

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