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Security evaluation of support vector machines in adversarial environments

B Biggio, I Corona, B Nelson, BIP Rubinstein, D Maiorca, G Fumera, G Giacinto, F Roli

Support Vector Machines Applications | Published : 2014

Abstract

Support vector machines (SVMs) are among the most popular classification techniques adopted in security applications like malware detection, intrusion detection, and spam filtering. However, if SVMs are to be incorporated in real-world security systems, they must be able to cope with attack patterns that can either mislead the learning algorithm (poisoning), evade detection (evasion) or gain information about their internal parameters (privacy breaches). The main contributions of this chapter are twofold. First, we introduce a formal general framework for the empirical evaluation of the security of machine-learning systems. Second, according to our framework, we demonstrate the feasibility o..

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