Blogger Archives: Dominic Keller

Dominic Keller

Dominic Keller is a Vice President of Willis Towers Watson’s FINEX Cyber and E&O team. Based in San Francisco, Dominic is part of a national team advising clients across multiple industries on cyber, technology E&O, telecommunications E&O, media liability and other E&O risks.

Connectivity in cars – Developing cyber risks

The modern vehicle exemplifies the interconnectivity of modern systems. Computer systems can now control navigation, braking, steering and many other safety and performance functions. Additional functions can allow vehicle tracking, speed control and unprecedented access to the enormous amount of … Continue reading →

Cyber risk in the transportation sector – an evolving threat

Recent system outages at major U.S. airlines have caused significant business interruption and highlighted the growing risks of cyber threats to business operations.  But it’s not just airlines that are under threat. According to the 2016 Willis Towers Watson Transportation … Continue reading →

EMV Technology and the Liability Shift: What Businesses Should Consider

The introduction of EMV¹ chip card technology by credit card networks has played an important role in reducing international point of sale (POS) credit card fraud. This technology is being rolled out in the U.S., and card networks have introduced … Continue reading →

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Conectividad en automóviles – Desarrollo de riesgos cibernéticos

El vehículo moderno ejemplifica la interconectividad de los sistemas modernos. Los sistemas informáticos pueden ahora controlar la navegación, el frenado, la dirección y muchas otras funciones de seguridad y rendimiento. Funciones adicionales pueden permitir el seguimiento de vehículos, control de … Sigue Leyendo →