CommSec Village

Access to the HITB CommSec Village area at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur (2nd Floor) is COMPLETELY FREE and OPEN TO ALL from 0900 – 1800 on the 15th and 16th of October.

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An area combining our Capture the Flag competition, open source and security communities highlighting their projects, combined with a traditional IT exhibition. These communities and companies will have their own demonstration area / exhibition space to show off their projects and a chance to interact with the conference attendees and speakers.


Communities and Exhibitors


  1. Hack In The Box + biatch&dawg Custom Clothing
    • Get your HITB swag and biatch&dawg goodies! Didn’t get a chance to attend HITB2014AMS or our first ever HITB Haxpo this year? We’ve still got some special HITB Haxpo swag available. Come get some!Get your HITB swag and biatch&dawg goodies! Didn’t get a chance to attend HITB2014AMS or our first ever HITB Haxpo this year? We’ve still got some special HITB Haxpo swag available. Come get some!
  2. Lock Picking Village by TOOOL USA
    • Want to tinker with locks and tools the likes of which you’ve only seen in movies featuring police, spies, and secret agents? Then come on by the Lockpick Village, run by The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers, where you will have the opportunity to learn hands-on how the fundamental hardware of physical security operates and how it can be compromised.

      The Lockpick Village is a physical security demonstration and participation area. Visitors can learn about the vulnerabilities of various locking devices, techniques used to exploit these vulnerabilities, and practice on locks of various levels of difficultly to try it themselves.

      Experts will be on hand to demonstrate and plenty of trial locks, pick tools, and other devices will be available for you to handle. By exploring the faults and flaws in many popular lock designs, you can not only learn about the fun hobby of sportpicking, but also gain a much stronger knowledge about the best methods and practices for protecting your own property.

  3. Quarkslab
    • Meet with people from Quarkslab and discover our latest news, products and services. Play with IRMA (, an open source system to perform multiple analysis of malicious files, IVY, our scalable network recon tool we used on Malaysia, pTra our cryptography analysis framework and a few more…
  4. Quintiq
    • Every business has its planning puzzles – some large, some complex, some seemingly impossible to solve. Quintiq’s vision is to solve every one of these puzzles using a single platform. That vision has driven the development of Quintiq software since the first line was coded back in 1997. Ultimately, our goal is to help optimize the world’s supply chains and operations.
  5. Microsoft / Nokia
    • Meet with the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC)
  6. Mozilla
    • The Mozilla Security community provides leadership in security by building security features, testing software and systems, and leading industry standards to ensure that individuals retain the ability to make meaningful choices about security and privacy on the Internet.
  7. OWASP
    • OWASP is a 501(c)(3) worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software.
  8. Google Business Group
    • GBG Malaysia is a community of industry expert, entrepreneurs, startups and students sharing knowledge about technologies for achieving bigger impact and business success. Run by business professionals, passionate about bringing the benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) to their local communities, on voluntarily basis. Collaborating and learning from each other helps everyone do more and achieve more. It is an independent community led and managed by passionate individuals in participating cities in Malaysia. GBG Malaysia is prestigiously supported and acknowledged by Google Inc. but not managed by Google Inc.
  9. Google (Student Ambassador)
    • Google Student Ambassadors are enthusiastic and Googley students that are very eager to share about using Google products in our everyday life. Are you a hacker that is passionate about Google? Then, come to us!