Katlyn Gallo
Cybersecurity Engineer at Healthcare Industry
Expertise: Cybersecurity
Education: Quinnipiac University; Southern Connecticut State University

Katlyn Gallo is a cybersecurity engineer in the healthcare industry who has worked in engineering, IT and security since 2017. Gallo is a board member for Women of Security and previously worked with Cotiviti and C&S Wholesale Grocers. Gallo holds a Master’s degree in cybersecurity from Quinnipiac University and is a CISSP.

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Illustration of how a CDN works — a map of the glob with illustrations of servers placed in strategic locations. Hands are gesturing to different points.
Chances are you interact with CDNs (content delivery networks) on a daily basis, but what exactly is a CDN and how does it work? Our expert explains.
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Discretionary access control, or DAC, is an approach to systems security in which administrators grant users permission to access resources. Our expert explains how it works here.
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Microsegmentation is a popular security framework that limits vulnerability to cyberattacks and mitigates the damage attackers can do to your systems. Our expert explains how it works.
LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol illustration of each word in the acronym.
Why do we use LDAP and how does it work? Our expert explains the ins and outs of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.
PHI protected health information image of a stethoscope and patient chart laying on top of a laptop.
PHI (protected or personal health information) is data collected about patients. Here’s what counts as PHI and why it’s important to protect.
i/o input/output image of a computer on a desktop with a chair in front of it. A pair of headphones rests on the chair's headrest.
I/O refers to the communication between an information system, like a computer or server, and another system or user. Here’s everything you need to know about I/O.
RFP image of a folder on a desk with a stamp on it that says requests for proposals
An RFP (request for proposals) is a business document that announces and describes new business initiatives or projects, then requests bids from qualified contractors to complete the work.
SSO image of a key with tendrils reaching out to other pieces of technology like a computer transistor and a phone
SSO (single sign-on) is a method of authentication that uses one set of credentials to authenticate to one or more applications.
GB image of a chip going into a computer
A GB is a form of digital measurement we use to describe the size of information on a system or the capacity of storage available on a disk or other digital storage media.
Spear Phishing person fishing
Spear phishing is a social engineering technique that malicious individuals use to trick targeted individuals into providing sensitive information, usually via email.
DDos Attack person monitoring codes and graphs
In a DDoS attack, multiple computers are used to target a resource. The desired outcome is to crash the target server, rendering it unable to process requests. 
A person in a suit holds a cloud with a lock on it
Cloud Security Posture Management is a vital part of a robust defense against cyberattacks for any business that uses cloud computing. Here, our expert introduces you to its components.