Penetration testing team leader in INFIGO IS. SANS Internet Storm Center handler and SANS instructor (SEC542).
Bojan graduated in 1998 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. After graduation he started working in the LSS group as an associate on information security projects.
At the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, he managed and actively participated in numerous projects related to computer network planning and information systems security testing and assessment. Bojan performed forensic analysis for the Croatian CERT and was a member of several CERT IRTs (Incident Response Team). He is a long-standing author for Bug and Mrež@ computer magazines and has his own security column in the magazine Mrež@. He is also the author of the book „What are the viruses and how they work?“, published by SysPrint.
Since 2003, he worked at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, as information security specialist, where he actively participated as IT/Security architect in numerous enterprise projects. His duties included handling of new security technologies introduced to the University as well as being a project member responsible for security on all enterprise projects.
In 2005 he became one of the handlers of SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC), a voluntary organization with a goal to detect security problems, analyze risks and distribute technical information. ISC is the most often quoted source of security information in the world today.
Since 2006 Bojan works in INFIGO IS as a senior information security consultant.
Bojan is also teaching two SANS courses, including the most popular SEC504 (Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling) and SEC542 (Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking).