My name is Olivia Gallucci, and I am a sophomore at the Rochester Institute of Technology. I am double-majoring in Cybersecurity and Computer Science, and minoring in Open Source Software and Free(dom) Culture.
Recent Blog Posts
High level languages (HLLs) are designed for humans. However, computers can’t understand HLLs, so it translates them into machine language.Keep reading…
In August 2021, I began a research project on open source malware under Dr. Amit Ray. This article examines the results collected through…Keep reading…
Switching companies can be scary for people who struggled to get an internship offer: it’s like, will I get another offer?Keep reading…
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You’ll receive occasional emails about whatever’s on my mind—offensive security, open source, academics, boats, kittens, you get the idea.
I lead RITSEC’s Open Source Security mentorship group. I served as the Vice President of RIT’s Women in Cybersecurity chapter and the Treasurer of RITSEC.
In my spare time, I attend political debate clubs and participate in cybersecurity competitions. I also enjoy reading reference and advice books, dystopian novels, and biographies of famous computer nerds.
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