Tony Dolce is currently the Vice President and Head of Professional Liability, Cyber and Technology E&O underwriting at the Hartford. He has responsibility for managing multiple underwriting groups that handle a variety of lines of business including: miscellaneous professional liability, accountants and lawyers liability, architects and engineers, allied health care, cyber and technology errors and omissions.
Prior to coming to The Hartford in March 2021, for 20 years Tony held various leadership roles at Chubb. Most recently, he was the Vice President and Cyber Lead responsible for Chubb’s cyber claims in North America. In this role, he assisted in the marketing and sale of Chubb’s cyber products, frequently meeting with insureds and industry leaders. He worked closely with underwriters and actuaries on all facets of the cyber product, including policy wording, the utilization of vendor partners, systemic event preparedness and other issues.
He frequently speaks at cyber-related events around the country, authors thought leadership pieces and serves on several insurance industry groups. Over the course of his two-decade tenure at Chubb, he handled several large cyber and technology matters, including major data breach and privacy cases. While at Chubb, he also managed several Financial Lines groups, including D&O, Lawyers and Accountants liability, and Media. He was the company’s senior technical resource for Miscellaneous Professional Liability for several years and also managed its health care group, which handled claims involving doctors, hospitals, managed care entities and psychologists.
Prior to joining Chubb, Tony was an attorney for several years at a large Hartford-based law firm, Murtha Cullina, specializing in insurance coverage and commercial litigation. Tony also served as the law clerk for the Chief Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court. He earned his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Connecticut and is a member of the Connecticut state and federal bars. Tony also holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and the Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) designations.