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Gregory Falco

Security Researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

About Me

Dr. Gregory Falco is a security researcher at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). His assured autonomy research for smart cities and space assets with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory spans IoT, AI, and distributed systems. He is also a security researcher at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center where he researches and teaches cyber risk management. Falco is a Fellow at Harvard's Cyber Security Project in the Belfer Center. Prior to his Ph.D. he co-founded and led Accenture's Smart Cities division. Falco earned his Ph.D. from MIT and holds an M.S from Columbia University and a B.S. from Cornell University.

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