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Designing of Efficient Technique Blocking Abnormal Packets through Correlation Analysis in the Healthcare Environment


  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Soongsil University, Korea, Republic of
  • Department of IT Convergence Industry Technology Center, Soongsil University, Korea, Republic of


Background/Objectives: The development of IT medical technology has formed the environment where the effective management and analysis of medical information. Methods/Statistical Analysis: We must explore the ways to secure the security measures because the leak of personal medical information will cause a great risk of leading to the exposure of personal information. In this paper, as a way to defend against malicious attacks in the smart medical environment where the electronic medical devices and wired and wireless networks are combine. Findings: It is aimed to design an abnormal packet screening techniques through correlation analysis of abnormal conducts in the medical security gateway so that it can be safe from server attacks, medical information interception, any counterfeit and falsification thereof. Application/Improvements: It is expected to be utilized in a wide variety of platforms and infrastructure as an essential function enable to respond to threats in future medical security gateway.


Correlation Analysis, HealthCare, HER, Health Security Gateway, Packet Filtering.

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