Alain Durand

Alain is ContentArmor CEO, he drives the strategy and development of the company.

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.

Eric Bénetière

Eric is VP Marketing & Sales and leads product marketing and business development.

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).

Gwenaël Doërr

Gwenael is ContentArmor CTO and leads technology roadmap and products development.

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.

Séverine Baudry

Séverine leads forensics investigations for Content Armor.

She co-founded Nextamp in 2003, a startup that developed video watermarking products to trace and monitor multimedia content. When Nextamp was acquired by Technicolor she joined to continue the development of a video watermarking solution, more particularly for digital cinema. Later on, she moved to the Technicolor Security Laboratory to keep on improving watermark detection for severely degraded pirated content.

Christophe Vincent

Christophe drives software development.

He graduated from Polytech Orléans with a specialization in image processing. In 1998, he joined Technicolor to develop and standardize wireless network solutions. Later on he moved to the Security Laboratory where he developed several  security-related products. Over the last few years, he managed the development of a content protection solution for audio-visual content in professional post-production environments that combines digital rights management, forensic watermarking, and visual overlay.