Dávid studied Software Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. During his university years, he started to grow strong interest in information security. Later he participated in a certified ethical hacker training to get more familiar with ethical hacking and security testing in general. First, he got in touch with the vehicle industry and in-vehicle network during the writing of his thesis. His task was to build an intrusion detection system on CAN network, which he also tested in a real car. He favored the topic so much it made him sure that he would stick to the vehicle industry.
In 2017 he started to work for Robert Bosch Kft. as a test engineer. In his first year, his task was to test the communicational behavior of automotive ECUs. The experience he gained with testing and his long-term intentions both helped him to become a security test engineer. Since then Dávid implemented automated security tests, worked on the solution of a black-box ECU fuzzer and participated in penetration testing of vehicle electronics.