I started to learn IT security in 2016, in the Hackerspace of Szeged, while I was doing my BSc at the University of Szeged. While I was a student, I worked on multiple projects, mainly as a developer. When I graduated, I started working in cloud operation for a large car manufacturer. Later I decided to start the master’s program at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where I began to work with the CrySys Lab on embedded security, namely on rootkit detection for IoT devices. I’m a Ph.D. student at CrySys Lab; my research interests include AI-based malware detection, rootkits, kernel security & control-flow integrity.