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Cleber Martins

Cleber Martins

Head of Payments Intelligence & Risk Solutions

Cleber Martins

Cleber Martins joined ACI Worldwide in 2001 and has 20 years of experience in implementing industry-leading enterprise fraud prevention solutions and anti-money laundering strategies. Cleber’s enthusiasm for driving innovation in fraud prevention stems from the pride he takes in protecting both his banking customers, and the people and communities they serve.

Throughout his career Cleber has been at the forefront of the evolution of machine learning: from a focus on inputting human experience into machines, to its modern form that empowers fraud experts to combine their real intelligence with AI. Cleber calls this trend toward business users wielding new models, the democratization of machine learning.

Cleber’s key areas of expertise include helping payments leaders to develop multi-faceted fraud prevention strategies that combat modern threats, as well as creating actionable intelligence in payments data, and the evolution of fraud prevention into a Customer Experience differentiator for organizations.

More articles by Cleber Martins

  • banks democratize

    Why Banks Must Democratize Machine Learning for Fraud Prevention and Payments Intelligence

    Tuesday, May 21, 2019

    Banks are already actively on the path to digital transformation, considering new technologies, new customer experiences and new business models. A critical piece of this digital transformation centers on better understanding the wealth of data within the banks’ systems and mining it for improved customer insight. In the New Payments Ecosystem, data is as valuable to the bank and its customers as the deposits held in their accounts, and it should be protected, and leveraged for the benefit of the customer.

  • Wire Transfer Fraud who is Responsible

    Friday, October 22, 2010

    I recently wrote about the risks that banks face with respect to the alarming scale and sophistication of today's wire transfers. Related to this is the issue of acccountability and responsibility.

  • Understanding Today's Wire Transfer Risks

    Saturday, August 28, 2010

    While the rise of wire transfer and ACH (automated clearing houses) fraud is not news, the pure acceleration rate, scale and sophistication of corporate wire and ACH fraud is alarming. For example, the FBI recently took the step of issuing a cyber security advisory in response to the growth of unauthorized and fraudulent multi-million dollar wire transfers from business and government entities to overseas locations.