Gregory Falco

Student Researcher
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Gregory Falco is a Postdoctoral Scholar at MIT's Sloan School of Management. At Cybersecurity at Sloan, Dr. Falco works at the nexus of blockchain, A.I. and cybersecurity as he develops new technology and business processes to be deployed in industry. He is the co-founder and CEO of NeuroMesh, an IoTsecurity company that uses hacker tools to defeat hackers over the blockchainfor which he holds patents. Dr. Falco’s security research is currently being deployed with major utilities in the US and Europe. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University where he teaches classes on IoT, Smart Cities, Data Analytics and Machine Learning and serves as a Cyber Research Fellow at Harvard's BelferCenter.

Previously, Dr. Falco was an executive at Accenture Digital where he co-founded their Smart City division and Climate Resilience practice. He advised Fortune 100 clients and cities around the world on driving growth via IoTand machine learning technology. In 2018, Falco was named as a leader in Enterprise Technology in Forbes 30 Under 30.