RNN-based Early Cyber-Attack Detection for the Tennessee Eastman Process
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AbstractAn RNN-based forecasting approach is used to early detect anomalies in industrial multivariate time series data from a simulated Tennessee Eastman Process (TEP) with many cyber-attacks. This work continues a previously proposed LSTM-based approach to the fault detection in simpler data. It is considered necessary to adapt the RNN network to deal with data containing stochastic, stationary, transitive and a rich variety of anomalous behaviours. There is particular focus on early detection with special NAB-metric. A comparison with the DPCA approach is provided. The generated data set is made publicly available.
Comment: ICML 2017 Time Series Workshop, Sydney, Australia, 2017