Pablo Martinez

Head of the Financial Intelligence Unit and Enterprise Business Resiliency Fidelity Investments

Pablo Martinez is the head of the Financial Intelligence Unit and Enterprise Business Resiliency for Fidelity Investments, a leading provider of investment management, retirement planning, portfolio guidance, brokerage, benefits outsourcing and other financial products and services to more than 25 million individuals, institutions and financial intermediaries.

Mr. Martinez is responsible for fraud detection and response systems, processes and controls, and Cyber, AML and fraud investigations. He is also responsible for business resiliency efforts, which include disaster recovery and business continuity.

Prior to his current position, Mr. Martinez was the Head of Cyber Operations at Fidelity where he oversaw the Cyber Security Fraud Fusion Center along with the enterprise teams responsible for network monitoring, threat alert assessment and escalation, penetration testing, secure code reviews, the insider threat program, including data loss prevention and cyber threat intelligence. Prior to joining Fidelity in February 2017, Mr. Martinez served as Managing Director and Global Head of Investigations and Cyber Crime for Citigroup, Inc. In this role, he oversaw and coordinated all transnational investigations conducted by Citigroup’s Security and Investigative Services (CSIS). He also helped create and lead the company’s Cyber Security Fusion Center, a best in class, first of its kind function for the financial services sector.

Prior to that, Mr. Martinez served for more than 21years—from 1990 to 2012—in the U.S. Secret Service. Most recently, as Special Agent in Charge of Cyber Operations, he supervised and led investigations of some of the nation’s most complex cyber intrusions into the networks of financial institutions, trading platforms, and clearing houses. Mr. Martinez has testified before the Senate Banking Committee, Senate Judiciary Committee and House Energy & Commerce Committee on cyber security matters. His earlier Secret Service roles included tenures as supervisor of the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force, and member of the Presidential Protective Division.

Mr. Martinez is a 1990 graduate of the Virginia Military Institute.