Aisha was a senior in Erik DeMarcos' VP499 class in 2076. She developed an emergency protocol (AV-992) for eliminating computer viruses in a Vault. Specifically, the protocol would automatically eliminate simple viruses and used adaptive monitoring to respond to a virus. In the event of a more complicated virus taking hold, the protocol would use analytic systems to "deconstruct the virus, identify vulnerabilities, and coordinate appropriate scan and repair procedures."
Professor DeMarcos gave Aisha's project an F, commenting that it was "by far, the most over-engineered protocol in [the] entire database." Despite her failing grade, Aisha's program was later included in the database for the Vault-Tec Emergency Management System, and it was used as an example protocol in Vault 96, which DeMarcos was the overseer of.