Katlyn Gallo

Katlyn Gallo is a cybersecurity engineer in the healthcare industry. She holds a Master's degree in Cybersecurity and is a CISSP.

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Nov 03, 2022
MFA fatigue, also known as MFA abuse attacks, are a type of cyber threat that is on the rise. Familiarize yourself with the risks so you don’t fall victim.
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Sep 23, 2022
The Log4j vulnerability arose in December of 2021, exposing hundreds of thousands of systems to attack. Now, nearly a year later, here’s where we are.
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Sep 08, 2022
SAST and DAST are two methods for testing the security of a web application. Here are the key differences between them.,
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Aug 23, 2022
Hashing is an important concept in cybersecurity as it allows for the safe encryption of data. This guide explains its principles and applications.
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Aug 08, 2022
Alerts are an important part of an effective cybersecurity program, but too many of them lead to a “boy who cried wolf” mindset. Use these strategies to prioritize the most important ones and avoid alert fatigue.
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Jul 08, 2022
Threat-informed defense is a proven method for maximizing your organization’s efficacy in preventing cyberattacks. This guide will introduce you to its basic principles.
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Jun 14, 2022
Because of the increasing number of threats, every business needs a comprehensive cybersecurity program. Here are the most important components you need to include.
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May 17, 2022
Cybersecurity is a vital and rapidly growing field, but getting a foot in the door can be hard for beginners. Follow these tips to make landing your first role easier.