CommSec Exhibition & Track

Access to the HITB CommSec Exhibition area and track of talks is COMPLETELY FREE and OPEN TO ALL from 0900 – 1800 on the 24th and 25th (onsite registration required if you’re not attending the main conference)


What is the HITB CommSec Exhibition?

An exhibition area showcasing Singapore hackerspaces, makers, builders and security communities highlighting their projects and initiatives, combined with a technology exhibition. These communities and companies will have their own demonstration area to show off their projects and a chance to interact with the conference attendees and speakers.

If you are a Singapore based hacker, maker or security related group (2600, iamthecavalry, etc) and you would like to request for exhibition space (it’s completely FREE), please send an email to with details on your organization / group and some details on what you intend to showcase / do on-site if given space to do so. Priority is always given to interactivity and things that visitors can get their hands on / try for themselves. All requests for space are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

What is the HITB CommSec Track?

Alongside the exhibition and main conference program, there will also be 30 and 60 minute talks held during the afternoon of both event days covering a range of topics. More details here.


Communities and Exhibitors

  1. Hack In The Box
    • Get your HITB swag and other merchandise here! Come get some!
  2.  Cisco Talos
    • Talos is the industry-leading threat intelligence organization devoted to detecting and correlating threats in real-time using the largest threat detection network in the world. Our intelligence and world-class threat research team better protect you and your organization against known and emerging cyber security threats.
  3. Darkmatter
    • DarkMatter is transforming the cyber security landscape. Headquartered in the United Arab Emirates and operating globally, it is the region’s first and only fully integrated digital defence and cyber security entity developing, delivering and implementing next-generation cyber security capabilities. Our elite team of global experts deliver advanced, next-generation solutions to governments, enterprise, and other entities with the highest cyber security requirements. Innovation and Research underpin everything we do, and our vision is to “protect the future by securing its technologies.

  4. Crowdstrike
    • CrowdStrike was founded in 2011 to fix a fundamental problem: The sophisticated attacks that were forcing the world’s leading businesses into the headlines could not be solved with existing malware-based defenses. Co-founders George Kurtz and Dmitri Alperovitch realized that a brand new approach was needed — one that combines the most advanced endpoint protection with expert intelligence to pinpoint the adversaries perpetrating the attacks, not just the malware.

  5.  SourceClear
    • Headquartered in San Francisco and with an office in Singapore, we are a team of software engineers, security researchers and data scientists with happy customers in the technology, social media, retail, finance and defense industries all over the world. We are SourceClear, a team of software engineers and scientists helping the world build secure software.

  6. Wallarm
    • Founded in 2013, Wallarm provides its award-winning application security solution to hundreds of enterprises and SaaS providers worldwide. Wallarm’s hybrid architecture makes it uniquely suited for cloud applications and micro-services. Unlike legacy WAF solutions which require signatures and manual configuration of security rules, Wallarm uses machine learning to analyzes traffic and creates adaptive security rules to protect both applications and APIs. To help make security more manageable, Wallarm supplements passive protection with active verification of vulnerabilities to distinguish exploitable incidents from noise.  Wallarm is a privately held company head-quartered in Menlo Park, California and backed by Y-combinator, Partech Ventures and other prominent investors.
  7. CloudSek
    • CloudSek is an artificial intelligence technology-based threat intelligence enterprise, which focuses on customized, intelligent threat monitors.

  8. Singapore Makers
    • We are a not-for-profit organisation that represent Makers in advocating ‘bottom-up’ creativity and inventiveness by promoting technical, scientific, and artistic skills through encouraging creative, inventive and cultural expressions in Singapore. In addition, we hope to establish best practice framework for an emerging creative industry that is technological-centric through a tripartite network of citizens, companies and the government.

  9. Peerlyst
    • Peerlyst is the place where information security pros go to share knowledge and build their professional reputations. With an audience of more than half a million, Peerlyst is the preeminent platform for spreading InfoSec news, asking a question, finding an expert, or offering product insight.

  10. Null Community
    • The open security community is a registered non-profit society in India ( The objective of null is to spread security awareness, knowledge and assist Govt. and private organizations with cyber security issues. We are the most active community of information security professionals in Asia consisting of 9 chapters throughout India – Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai and Dharamsala and Two abroad – Amsterdam and Singapore where we organize free monthly meets, workshops to share technical knowledge on security. null community is open, professional, inclusive, responsible and most importantly completely vounteer driven. We also run the most sought after security jobs portal – null Jobs (, which is a free service for both job seekers and recruiters.
  11. Qihoo360
    • Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. is a leading Internet company in China. The Company is also the number one provider of Internet and mobile security products in China as measured by its user base, according to iResearch.
  12. REKA Studios
    • A teaching and R&D startup from Malaysia that focuses on disruptive technologies in multiple disciplines under Artificial Intelligence and engineering. Their current core technologies are Autonomous vehicle electronics system, IoT Boards and Mobility devices. In their solutions, they love to challenge the status quo and provide extraordinary approaches.
  13. XCTF League
    • XCTF International League was founded in 2014 and initiated by blue-lotus CTF Team, the ever-first and 5-years Chinese CTF Team to enter the DEF CON CTF Finals, Top 2 as b1o0p team in DEF CON CTF Finals 2016. The XCTF League is hosted by China institute innovation & Development Strategy, and overall organized by Cyber Peace Technology.
  14. NSHC
    • NSHC was founded as a security consulting company in 2003 by a group of underground hackers, with three main pillars of business — Security Consulting & Training, Security Information Providing and Security Research (Bug Hunting and Pen-Testing and Malware and threat Analysis)