Registration Packages

Join us for SharkFest'23 ASIA (April 17-19) and learn with the best plus network with your peers!

Conference Location:

The NTU@one-north campus (ONEC)
11 Slim Barracks Rise

All pricing is in USD.

SharkFest Only$795
Pre-Conference I$595
Pre-Conference II$595
SharkFest + Pre-Conference I$1390
SharkFest + Pre-Conference II$1390


SharkFest attendees hone their skills in the art of packet analysis by attending lecture and lab-based sessions delivered by the most seasoned experts in the industry. Wireshark core code contributors also gather during the conference days to enrich and evolve the tool to maintain its relevance in ensuring the productivity of modern networks.

SharkFest Conference
DatesJune 12-15
Who should attend?Anyone interested in furthering their packet analysis skills!

Pre-Conference Class I: Making a Good Thing Better - Optimization and Troubleshooting with Wireshark!

Network analysis and Optimization encompasses the skills of capturing data and the ability to discern unusual patterns hidden within seemingly normal network traffic. This course provides the student with a set of investigative and analysis techniques focusing on the use of vendor-neutral, Open-Source Tools such as Wireshark to provide insight.

Making a Good Thing Better - Optimization and Troubleshooting with Wireshark!
DatesApril 17
InstructorPhill Shade
Who should attend?This course is for Networking, Government, and Security personnel that need to develop a set of packet investigation and network optimization techniques by studying the Networking Protocols using Wireshark.

Pre-Conference Class II: SSL/TLS Troubleshooting with Wireshark

Applications today depend more and more on secure communication channels. For most internet applications the TLS protocol (SSL) is providing a secure channel to communicate over. To be able to troubleshoot problems with Applications that use (mutual) TLS, one must understand how TLS sessions are set up, how certificates & certificate authorities come into play, and how you can look inside the encrypted traffic to analyse application data. In this session you will gain a better understanding of the operation of the TLS protocol & you will learn how to troubleshoot TLS based communications when things don't work as expected.

SSL/TLS Troubleshooting with Wireshark
DatesApril 17
InstructorSake Blok
Who should attend?Network technicians, network engineers, cybersecurity analysts, security engineers and application developers who are at the beginning to intermediate stages of packet analysis. The course will be focused on core concepts around Wireshark, helping attendees become more efficient and confident analyzing trace files.

Cancellation Policy

DatesRefund Amount
Until May 26th, 2024Full Refund (Minus $100 fee)
May 26th, 2024 or laterNo refund