How to prepare for the cyberattack that is coming to your company

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Alex Pentland
Toshiba Professor of Media, Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Stuart Madnick
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Shoaib Yousuf
Project Leader, The Boston Consulting Group
Michael Coden
Head of the Cybersecurity Practice, BCG Platinion
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