Marco Signorelli

He began working in the world of IT for the first Italian Internet Service Providers in the late 90’s, as a system programmer charged with the development of relational databases on the web through languages such as ColdFusion, ASP, and PHP. In 2000 he obtained a degree in computer science and furthered his experience as a programmer by offering advice in the design and development stages of functional applications including those written in .NET/JAVA.

The freshly gained experience allowed him to start collaborating with BSA (Business Software Alliance) in 2002, where he applied himself to working as a technician specializing in aiding law enforcement bodies, to criminal proceedings relating to copyright violations in the computer industry. In 2006 he was hired by FPM (Federation against piracy in music and multimedia), where, under the title of Head of Anti-Piracy, he was charged with both the protection program and the intervention strategy directed towards the developing phenomenon of piracy in the digital field.

In 2013 he became the co-founder of DcP (Digital Content Protection Srl) where he’s working with the role of Director of Strategy & Operations.

In qualità di esperto di tutela di contenuti e di tecniche di investigazione informatiche con particolare competenza alla formazione della prova informatica nel rispetto delle linee guida internazionali ISO, iscritto all’associazione IISFA (International Information Systems Forensics Association), svolge attività di consulenza professionale per Procure, Forze dell’Ordine e studi di Avvocati su tutto il territorio nazionale nell’ambito di procedimenti civili e penali relativi a reati informatici, con particolare riferimento al diritto d’autore e alla contraffazione, in qualità di Consulente Tecnico di Parte, Consulente Tecnico d’Ufficio e Ausiliario di Polizia Giudiziaria.

As an expert on content protection and internet investigations with special skills on making solid evidences through ISO’s international guide lines, and part of the IISFA (International Information Systems Forensics Association), he continues to lend his work to public prosecutors, law enforcement agencies and lawyers throughout the country, with particular interest to the framework of civil and criminal proceedings pertaining to intellectual property crimes.