By Erna Mahyuni
The Malaysian Insider
October 15, 2010
KUALA LUMPUR - Not even a recession can stall the hacker institution
that is Hack in the Box (HITB).
In its eighth year, this year's Kuala Lumpur leg drew a 300-strong crowd
from all over the world.
Initially expecting lesser numbers, HITB's Dinesh Nair was pleasantly
surprised at the turnout.
"We had a full capacity crowd at the keynote, over 400 people turned
up." HITB founder Dhillon Andrew Kannabhiran said the turnout was
encouraging and bode well for future conferences.
Though the Kuala Lumpur and Amsterdam HITB conferences saw good
attendances, the Dubai leg will be scrapped next year due to low
Dinesh attributed it to current economic challenges noting that the ICT
sector in Dubai was far less vibrant than it was in past years.
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