We are experts in forensic watermarking
ContentArmor is an avant-garde company that designs, develops and commercializes best-in-class security solutions for multimedia content. Its award-winning forensic watermarking technologies are approved by Hollywood Studios and help copyright owners and rights holders in Sports and Entertainment industries to deter piracy.
The company leverages on more than a decade of R&D and our solutions are supported by an extensive patent portfolio. Since its creation in 2016 , ContentArmor has established a strong reputation in the industry and serves world-renowned customers across the globe. We are proud to protect each year millions of minutes of exclusive content.
Get in touch to discover how to secure your post-production workflows for dailies and screeners, primary distribution of your live channels and original creations, as well as the distribution of your Premium VOD and Live Sports Events to your customers.
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He started his career with Oberthur Smart Cards as a cryptographic algorithms developer. He then joined the Security Laboratory at Technicolor where his main focus rapidly became content protection systems (digital rights management, conditional access systems, watermarking). He was the chairman of the DVB-CPT standardization group in charge of the technical aspects of content protection from 2008 to 2013.
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He started his career with Philips Set Top Boxes in software development and gradually moved towards program management functions. He then joined NXP Software where he was in charge of a multimedia products line for mobile phones. Eventually, he joined Technicolor where he held different functions in engineering and business development positions for video products and solutions (set-top boxes, middleware, back-end IPTV/OTT).
He is an expert in signal processing with a strong focus on multimedia security. After five years as a lecturer at University College London he joined Technicolor to develop watermarking solutions. He had also strong service commitments with the IEEE Signal Processing Society, most notably as the Chair of the Technical Committee on Information Forensics and Security and Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security.
Christian has worked for 20 years with Canal+ (that became NDS and eventually Cisco) in the set-top box Operating System integration area first, then as a set-top box manufacturer relationship manager. He then moved to the set-top box middleware department where he was in charge of software project management for several Tier-1 customers. He eventually shifted towards program management responsibilities for STB and security head-ends.