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 29th and 30th August (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.


Communities and Exhibitors

    1. Hack In The Box
      • Get your HITB swag and other merchandise here! Come get some!
    2. 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.
    3. OWASP
      • OWASP is a 501(c)(3) worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software.
    4. Honeynet Project SG
      • The Honeynet Project is an international non-profit (501c3) research organisation dedicated to investigate the latest attacks and develop open source tools to improve cybersecurity. Through the Project’s global Chapters, members of The Honeynet Project contribute by fighting against malware, discovering new attacks, and creating cybersecurity tools. The Honeynet Project continues to be on the cutting edge of cybersecurity research by analysing the latest attacks and educating the public about cyber threats across the world.
    5. Null Singapore
      • 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.
    6. 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.
    7. Infosec in the City
      • ‘Infosec in the City, Singapore’ (IIC-SG) is a premier techno-centric cybersecurity event that brings top cybersecurity leaders and experts from both the East and the West together to share and discuss deep technical topics and insights, and build the next-generation cybersecurity capabilities and capacity around the globe.
    8. AiSP
      • The Association of Information Security Professionals (AISP) was registered with the assistance of the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and the strong support of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (iDA) in February 2008.It was officially launched on 17 April 2008 by Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports. AISP aims to:§ To promote, develop, support and enhance the integrity, technical competence, management expertise, status and interests of information security professionals in Singapore.§ To promote the development, increase and spread of information security knowledge and of any related subject.uarkslab is a high-end cybersecurity company, highly skilled in vulnerability research and design of security solutions for a tailored level of defense.

Interested in exhibiting? Send an email to to request for a sponsorship kit!