Nir Nissim
Nir Nissim
Head of the Malware-Lab, Ben-Gurion University
Verified email at post.bgu.ac.il - Homepage
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Unknown malcode detection via text categorization and the imbalance problem
R Moskovitch, D Stopel, C Feher, N Nissim, Y Elovici
2008 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics …, 2008
1062008
Novel active learning methods for enhanced PC malware detection in windows OS
N Nissim, R Moskovitch, L Rokach, Y Elovici
Expert Systems with Applications 41 (13), 5843-5857, 2014
862014
Detection of malicious PDF files and directions for enhancements: A state-of-the art survey
N Nissim, A Cohen, C Glezer, Y Elovici
Computers & Security 48, 246-266, 2015
782015
Unknown malcode detection and the imbalance problem
R Moskovitch, D Stopel, C Feher, N Nissim, N Japkowicz, Y Elovici
Journal in Computer Virology 5 (4), 295, 2009
712009
Detecting unknown computer worm activity via support vector machines and active learning
N Nissim, R Moskovitch, L Rokach, Y Elovici
Pattern Analysis and Applications 15 (4), 459-475, 2012
542012
ALDOCX: detection of unknown malicious microsoft office documents using designated active learning methods based on new structural feature extraction methodology
N Nissim, A Cohen, Y Elovici
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security 12 (3), 631-646, 2016
522016
Trusted detection of ransomware in a private cloud using machine learning methods leveraging meta-features from volatile memory
A Cohen, N Nissim
Expert Systems with Applications 102 (Issue C), 158-178, 2018
412018
USB-based attacks
N Nissim, R Yahalom, Y Elovici
Computers & Security 70, 675-688, 2017
412017
Improving the detection of unknown computer worms activity using active learning
R Moskovitch, N Nissim, D Stopel, C Feher, R Englert, Y Elovici
Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 489-493, 2007
412007
SFEM: Structural feature extraction methodology for the detection of malicious office documents using machine learning methods
A Cohen, N Nissim, L Rokach, Y Elovici
Expert Systems with Applications 63, 324-343, 2016
382016
Alpd: Active learning framework for enhancing the detection of malicious pdf files
N Nissim, A Cohen, R Moskovitch, A Shabtai, M Edry, O Bar-Ad, Y Elovici
2014 IEEE Joint Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference, 91-98, 2014
382014
Malicious code detection using active learning
R Moskovitch, N Nissim, Y Elovici
International Workshop on Privacy, Security, and Trust in KDD, 74-91, 2008
372008
Keeping pace with the creation of new malicious PDF files using an active-learning based detection framework
N Nissim, A Cohen, R Moskovitch, A Shabtai, M Edri, O BarAd, Y Elovici
Security Informatics 5 (1), 1, 2016
242016
ALDROID: efficient update of Android anti-virus software using designated active learning methods
N Nissim, R Moskovitch, O BarAd, L Rokach, Y Elovici
Knowledge and Information Systems 49 (3), 795-833, 2016
242016
Trusted System-Calls Analysis Methodology Aimed at Detection of Compromised Virtual Machines Using Sequential Mining
N Nissim, Y Lapidot, A Cohen, Y Elovici
Knowledge-Based Systems 153 (1 August 2018,), Pages 147-175, 2018
212018
Novel set of general descriptive features for enhanced detection of malicious emails using machine learning methods
A Cohen, N Nissim, Y Elovici
Expert Systems with Applications 110, 143-169, 2018
182018
Malicious code detection and acquisition using active learning
R Moskovitch, N Nissim, Y Elovici
2007 IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics, 371-371, 2007
182007
An active learning framework for efficient condition severity classification
N Nissim, MR Boland, R Moskovitch, NP Tatonetti, Y Elovici, Y Shahar, ...
Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, 13-24, 2015
172015
Acquisition of malicious code using active learning
R Moskovitch, N Nissim, Y Elovici
Proc. 2nd Int’l Workshop on Privacy, Security, & Trust in KDD, 2008
172008
Dynamic malware analysis in the modern era—A state of the art survey
O Or-Meir, N Nissim, Y Elovici, L Rokach
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 52 (5), 1-48, 2019
162019
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