Jesse Lyon works in financial fields that involve retail banking, residential property valuation and professional insurance. He is deeply interested in the fields of cyber liability and technology E&O, and his research has led to four published papers on those topics in the U.S. and the U.K.
Lyon was educated at Saint Mary’s College of California, where he took a double major in history and English.
We are living in the accumulated aftermath of the countless cyber breaches that, since the turn of the century, have cost the global economy over $2 trillion. We are in the untenable situation where insurers find it nearly impossible to provide security for their insureds while safeguarding their own profitability. However, the destruction and loss […]
On Jan. 1, 2001, it would have been beyond human ability to predict, with precision, most of what has happened in the first 20 years of the 21st century. Certainly, no one was expecting that following September to dramatically alter the geopolitical landscape of the world, nor was anyone expecting the U.S. to use UAVs […]
Indemnity, through the use of insurance, has a long pedigree. However, insurance as we know it today did not really start until the end of the 17th century. It was at that point that insurance companies started to be formed to combat one of the oldest enemies of civilization: untamed fire. Moreover, fire insurance companies […]
The best way to defeat or at least largely mitigate hackers is with a dynamic defense system. When combined effectively, anti-virus software, NGFWs and the products and services from cybersecurity companies like CyberArk and FireEye can provide an organization with a resilient cybersecurity framework. However, such security measures are expensive and are dependent on companies […]
The intersection of humanity and robots is being transported from the human imagination and formed into a tangible reality. Many books and movies like iRobot and Her have analyzed various potential impacts of that intersection, but the complete intersection will actually be that of humanity, robots and liability. It is insufficient, however, to know that […]
Alarm systems have a long and varied history — from geese in ancient Rome, to noise makers that announced the presence of an intruder, to present-day electronic sensors and lasers. Originally, the creation of alarms was driven by the psychological need all humans have to establish a safe environment for themselves. Today, that same need […]
In Aldous Huxley’s 1931 novel Brave New World, many original ideas were posited about a futuristic society. Two of those ideas, appearing in our present, involve eugenics and an ever-increasing reliance on technology. Techniques like CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) to genetically engineer a human embryo, and technological advances like self-driving vehicles, could […]