Damir, you're a Senior Lecturer at Zagreb University of Applied Sciences (TVZ). Tell us a bit about yourself and how you started working in digital forensics.
I’ve been involved in digital forensics since about 2008, before that other things in IT, mostly UNIX system administration. I’ve also being teaching and lecturing since the late 90’s. My exposure to security is a long one, what always fascinated me was how impossible it is to introduce solid security into education and into everyday commercial practices.
In 2008 I joined a local company, Insig2, which promotes and sells forensic products. Our plan was to cover the local market with professional products and reliable support. It turned out to be completely different from how we’d planned it, with a lot of traveling around the world.