HITC will have microelectronics for kids young and old to program and hack on, a mini web treasure hunt, and also a web
hacking challenge!

HITC will also showcase bits from their popular classes for children to share
how these lesson kits can be adopted by schools, communities, and families.

Hack In The Class (HITC) was founded by HITB and Randomdata in 2016 to
teach hacking and programming to kids in the Netherlands. HITC runs
classes aimed at making technology and security awareness fun, relatable,
and inspiring to the younger generation. HITC has since taught over 1,000
hours of classes to children.

Some of HITC’s classes include:

Cyber Hygiene

Like how you wash your hands before dinner, safety comes before use –
so are you keeping your computer safe? This lesson will highlight security
and privacy issues to help kids stay safe online.

Program with the BBC Microbit

Learn the first steps towards programming a micro-controller by using an
easy, scratch-based interface.

Arduino hacking

Learning how to program is fun, but even better if it is to program your
own light-shows!

Kids Capture The Flag

The Kids CTF game is an online hacking challenge were kids learn how
weak password systems can be. In trying to break these password
systems, they will appreciate how the technology works and why it is
vulnerable.

For HITBSecConf / Haxpo 2019, HITC classes are sponsored by our friends from The S-Unit.

About HITC

Hack in The Class (HITC) was founded by HITB and Randomdata in 2016 to
teach hacking and programming to kids in the Netherlands. HITC runs
classes aimed at making technology and security awareness fun,
relatable and inspiring to the younger generation. HITC has since taught
over 1,000 hours of classes to children.