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Technical Difficulties

Update: Tuesday, August 23rd 2016

Systems are back online! All home directories, personal web spaces, and Windows Roaming Profiles should be back up.

Questions/Comments/Concerns should be sent to

Thank you for your patience while our services were down.

We are experiencing technical difficulties with CISE profiles on Linux and Windows systems. We are currently repairing the issues and will keep you updated on its progress.

We apologize for the inconvenience!

Women in Computer Science and Engineering at The University of Florida to receive the NCWIT Student Seed Fund gift of $5,000 sponsored by!

Since 2011, the NCWIT (The National Center for Women & IT) Student Seed Fund has invested over $178,250 in more than 129 student-run programs for women in computing at non-profit, U.S. Academic Alliance member institutions nationwide (excluding U.S. territories). Programs have included technology-related learning and advancement opportunities, including programming workshops, peer mentoring and support, professional training, after-school programs, and more.

Real-Life Mr. Robots Dropped A Stop On Ransomware But Mr. Robot Scriptwriters Didn't Get The Memo

A team of researchers at the University of Florida’s Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research led by Nolen Scaife and Patrick Traynor has developed an early-warning detection system called CryptoDrop that stops ransomware from encrypting all of your files.

To read the complete article from Forbes click here