Faculty from FICS Research have announced a collaboration with DARPA and Synopsys on a program called AISS: Automated Implementation of Secure Silicon.
Dignitaries from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) gathered virtually yesterday with the CEO and CTO of Edpative Computing, Inc. (ECI) to celebrate the kickoff of the newly-created ECI Transition Center (ECI-TC).
Dr. Fatemeh Ganji is a postdoctoral fellow at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research. She presents “Machine Learning for Cybersecurity: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants,” Thursday, Oct. 24 at 1:00 pm, in 310 Larsen Hall.
The Army Research Office (ARO) has awarded Domenic Forte, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director of the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research Scan Lab, a $1 million grant to study ways and means of securing electronic hardware systems.
Hardware security made news in the worst way possible last month with the announcement that two CPU bugs, nicknamed Spectre and Meltdown, leave virtually every modern computer, smartphone, tablet and PC vulnerable to malicious attack. FICS members are actively working on initiatives related to Spectre and Meltown, showing their global expertise in the field.
The nation’s top cybersecurity experts convened at the University of Florida to discuss the latest developments in network, software and hardware security. The core message? Collaboration is key.
The push to share new ideas, emerging solutions – and even, potential threats – with the cybersecurity community echoed throughout the two-day conference, hosted by the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research (FICS Research) at UF.
Students from Booker High School in Sarasota spent the day visiting two high-powered labs at the University of Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Students visited the SCAN Lab at FICS Research and the Machine Intelligence Lab.
“On the Vulnerability of ECG Verification to Online Presentation Attacks,” has won best student paper at the recent IJCB 2017 conference in Denver.