©2018 by Gregory Falco.

Hey, I'm Greg

Quick Pitch

  • Co-Founder and CEO of NeuroMesh, an Industrial IoT Security company that re-engineers malware to create vaccines for critical infrastructure

  • Build blockchain and AI technologies for wicked problems such as Smart City cybersecurity

  • Teach at Columbia University, Harvard and MIT on IoT, Big Data, Smart Cities and Cybersecurity

  • Research Cyber Risk Management and Cyber AI at Stanford and MIT

  • PhD in Cybersecurity from MIT

  • Forbes 30 Under 30 in Enterprise Technology

  • Always have time for cool project ideas, collaborations or speaking - contact me!


About Me

The Art of Breaking Things

Rather than recounting my resume (found in the Experience page), I thought it could be more fun to share a glimpse inside my head.

The Art of Breaking Things is my approach to thinking, teaching and research. By breaking things and ultimately reconstructing them, we are forced to think through how either a process or a device was originally designed and developed. This generally reveals insights about the inner workings of the object of study. You then have a fun thought experiment on your hands for how you would rebuild the system. Sometimes you realize that the way the system is currently built is clever or elegant, serving the purpose of the system. Other times, you envision entirely new mechanisms that will drastically improve the system. Regardless, without breaking things, you would never fully understand the system or push through the status quo and create something totally new.  Also, breaking things is inherently fun.

This is an art rather than a science because one's exploration of the system is subjective. There are no right answers.

If there were always right answers, how can anyone be expected to think outside the box?



Ph.D. in Cybersecurity, Urban Science and Infrastructure Management

September 2015 - May 2018

Dissertation Title: Cybersecurity for Urban Critical Infrastructure

Interdisciplinary PhD in Computer Science, Urban Planning and Management Science focusing on Cybersecurity for Smart Cities and Industrial Control Systems

Funded by: CyberSecurity@CSAIL, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Geospatial Data Center, and Senseable City Lab, 

M.S. Columbia University



B.S. Cornell University




Forbes 30 Under 30:
Enterprise Technology


Named one of the top thinkers in Enterprise Technology for work with NeuroMesh IoT Security, a vaccine for IoT devices


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Henry David Thoreau

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