Mari Galloway


Women's Society of Cyberjutsu. We provide hands-on cyber training for women and girls. I also work for Palo Alto Networks as a Sales Engineer for SOC Automation.

I help women reach their dreams and goals in Cyber.

Helping people succeed!

Researching new ways to create change. Helping customers understand and identify their individual security needs. Meetings, lots of meetings, lol.

I started as Network Engineer back in 2009 working for the U.S. federal government. In this role, I was responsible for leading a project to allow secure access to systems that were not located in our office. This lead to me leading various security projects throughout U.S. federal government agencies to protect our national security. Eventually, I left the government space and went on to stand up a vulnerability management program at a casino in Las Vegas. This role led me to Palo Alto after working with numerous vendors in the space. During this time, I also joined the board of the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu and lead various initiatives to bring more women into cybersecurity.

In the future, I want to continue to help organizations and people grow. I love building things and so I want to do that more regularly!

I love Legos and puzzles. My husband and I make wine and I love to travel, mostly for vacation.

Always be your authentic self. It's too hard trying to be someone else.