A BIG THANK YOU to all our sponsors, speakers, crew and volunteers for putting together another epic conference and of course our attendees for joining us!


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The finalized conference agenda (PDF) is now available for download. In addition, the speaker listing has also been updated including the speakers for the HITB SIGINT sessions.

Conference Speakers

Conference Speakers

1.) Alex Kirk (Senior Member, Sourcefire VRT)
2.) Alexander Polyakov (CTO, ERPScan)
3.) Andrea Barisani (Chief Security Engineer, Inverse Path)
4.) Babak Javadi (TOOOL USA)
5.) Barry van Kampen (HITB.nl Team Lead / Security Consultant, ITQ)
6.) Benjamin Kunz (Founder, Vulnerability Lab)
7.) biatch0 (Independent Security Researcher)
8.) Daniel Mende (ERNW)
9.) Daniele Bianco (Inverse Path)
10.) Deviant Ollam (TOOOL USA)
11.) Dmitriy Chastuhin (ERPScan)
12.) Don A. Bailey (Security Consultant, iSEC Partners)
13.) Hendrik Scholz (VoIP Guy & Frequent Flyer)
14.) Jim Geovedi (Security Researcher)
15.) Jimmy Shah (Mobile Security Researcher, McAfee)
16.) Joernchen (Phenoelit)
17.) Joffrey Czarny (Devoteam Security)
18.) Jonathan Brossard (Founder / CEO, Toucan Systems)
19.) KaiJern Lau (Technical Director, APAC, PandaSecurity)
20.) Kevin Redon (Researcher, TU-Berlin/Deutsche Telekom Laboratories)
21.) Laurent Weber (IT Security Student, Ruhr Uni Bochum Germany)
22.) Mahmud Ab Rahman (MyCERT)
23.) Marc Blanchou (Security Consultant, iSEC Partners)
24.) Marco ‘embyte’ Balduzzi (PhD Researcher, EURECOM)
25.) Mathew Solnik (Security Consultant, iSEC Partners)
26.) Nico Golde (Researcher, TU-Berlin/Deutsche Telekom Laboratories)
27.) Paul S. Ziegler (Independent Network Security Researcher)
28.) Philippe Langlois (Founder, P1 Security / TSTF)
29.) Ravishankar Borgaonkar (Researcher, TU-Berlin/Deutsche Telekom Laboratories)
30.) Riley Hassell (Founder, Privateer Labs)
31.) RuFI0 (Independent Security Researcher)
32.) Sandro Gauci (Founder, EnableSecurity)
33.) Saumil Shah (Founder, Net-Square)
34.) Stefan Esser (Head of R&D, SektionEins GmbH)
35.) The Grugq (Senior Security Researcher, COSEINC)
36.) Travis Goodspeed (Reverse Engineer of Embedded Systems)


1.) Adnan Mohd Shukor (MyCERT)
2.) Jurre van Bergen (HITB.nl Core Crew)
3.) Keith Lee (Independent Security Researcher)
4.) Lim Jun Yi (MyCERT)
5.) Mahmud Ab Rahman (MyCERT)
6.) Mohammed Kamil (MyCERT)
7.) Muhammad Najmi Ahmad Zabidi (PhD Student)
8.) Youri van der Zwart (HITB.nl Core Crew)


Richard Thieme (Founder, ThiemeWorks)

Inspired by the recently completed HackWeekend and GTUGKL hackathon, HackWEEKDAY is a 24-hour code off that runs alongside the 9th annual HITB Security Conference in Malaysia – Asia’s premier deep-knowledge network security event that routinely brings together some of the world’s leading security experts under one roof

Kicking off at 13:37 on the 12th of October and ending a full 24-hours later on the 13th, we are inviting Asia Pacific coders from all walks of life to come together and work on open source security tools – Got an itch to write the next Firesheep plugin, new Maltego transforms or if you’re just a code junkie; we want you! You will get to hangout with HITB conference speakers and mingle around with the big names in security. It’s your chance to hack with the experts and learn from the best.

Registration is completely FREE and we have space for approximately 75 developers whether in teams or individuals. Food, drinks and copious amounts of bandwidth will be provided; just bring your own laptop, plug in and get your hack on! For further details, please see the #HackWEEKDAY sub page

Welcome to the official homepage of HITBSecConf2011 – Malaysia – the 9TH ANNUAL HITBSecConf in Malaysia! Taking place from the 10th – 13th of October, this years conference will be held at the newly launched Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur! As always the first two days will be dedicated to hands on technical training sessions followed by a 2-day quad track conference! This years event will also feature a brand new attack-only Capture The Flag – Tower of Hackf00 Madness, an updated lock picking village set up and run by members from TOOOL US (now includes impressioning!), an industry exhibition and technology showcase and last but not least the HITB Labs and SIGINT sessions.

About HITBSecConf

The main aim of the HITBSecConf conference series is to create a truly technical and deep knowledge event in order to allow you to learn first hand on the security threats you face in today’s super connected world. The HITBSecConf platform is used to enable the dissemination, discussion and sharing of critical network security information. Presented by respected members of both the mainstream network security arena as well as the underground or black hat community, our events routinely highlight new and ground-breaking attack and defense methods that have not been seen or discussed in public before. Our conferences are held annually in Dubai (UAE), Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and of course in our home base of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

Venue: Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur
165, Jalan Ampang,
50450, Kuala Lumpur,

Technical Training – DAY 1 and DAY 2
Date: 10th and 11th October 2011
Time: 0900 – 1800

TECH TRAINING 1 – The Exploit Laboratory 5.0
TECH TRAINING 2 – Hunting Web Attackers
TECH TRAINING 3 – Advanced Linux Exploitation Methods
TECH TRAINING 4 – Web Hacking 2.0: Attacks, Penetration and Exploits

Conference DAY 1 and DAY 2
Date: 12th and 13th October 2011
Time: 0900 – 1800

Quad Track Security Conference
Capture The Flag – Tower of Hackf00 Madness
Lock Picking Village by TOOOL US