SharkFest'18 US Registration

Attendance is limited to 300, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn with the best and meet hundreds of your peers!

SharkFest Wireshark U Pre-Conference
Troubleshooting Class
Malicious Network Traffic
Analysis Workshop
Registration Fees $1295 $1095 $300
Conference Keynotes by Industry Luminaries
3 Days of Instructional Sessions delivered by Wireshark Experts
Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced/Developer Tracks
Welcome Dinner, Packet Challenges & Socializing
Sponsor Technology Showcase and Treasure Hunt
Full Access to Computer History Museum Exhibits
The Packet Doctor is In! Packet Trace Analysis with the Experts
SharkBytes!!
What is SharkFest? SharkFest is a highly-interactive educational conference focused on sharing knowledge, experience and best practices among members of the Wireshark global developer and user communities.
Why Should I Attend? • To benefit from an immersive Wireshark educational experience
• To interact with veteran packet analysts
• To test your Wireshark chops
• To network, socialize, and share knowledge with like-minded Wireshark enthusiasts
• To enhance your Wireshark user experience
• To entertain attendees with your SharkBytes presentation!
What's the Schedule? June 25th: Badge Pick-Up/Registration, Welcome Dinner
June 26th: Keynote, Sessions, Developer Den, Sponsor Technology Showcase, Packet Challenge
June 27th: Sessions, Developer Den, PacketPalooza Group Competition Dinner
June 28th: Sessions, Developer Den, Packet Challenge Awards, Closing Keynote, Farewell Reception/Dinner
Location Computer History Museum
Mountain View, CA
Dates June 25 - 28, 2018
Where Should I Stay? Click HERE to go to the Lodging page.
SharkFest Registration Fee $1,295
Payment Methods Payment for SharkFest is by credit card. POs are accepted for commercial businesses registering multiple attendees and government agencies only. Payments via Wire Transfers will incur an additional $25 fee.
Available SharkFest Discounts*

• Full-time CS students, CS faculty and IT staff of accredited educational institutions
• Active-duty military personnel
• Veterans
• .org, .gov IT staff
• Returning SharkFesters

*Please contact [email protected] for discounts codes.

CANCELLATION POLICY
14 days or more before the SharkFest’18 US Conference start date Full Refund minus $100 Administration Fee
Less than 14 days before the SharkFest’18 US Conference start date No Refund

All cancellation requests must be made in writing to [email protected] If registered but unable to attend, another attendee within your organization may be designated to take your place at no additional charge. All substitution requests must be submitted by the original attendee via e-mail to [email protected] On-site substitutions may be allowed if the substituting attendee provides a written request from the original attendee.

Dates June 23-25, 2018
Location Computer History Museum
Mountain View, CA
Price $1,095 (includes a 1-year All Access Pass subscription)
Payment Methods Payment is by credit card. Payments via Wire Transfers will incur an additional $25 fee.
More Information http://www.wiresharktraining.com/troubleshooting2018us.html
About

Join Laura Chappell, Founder of Wireshark University, for a 3-day, Hands-On “Troubleshooting with Wireshark” class that precedes the start of SharkFest. This class will teach you how to:

  • • Find the cause of slow file transfers
  • • Identify problematic infrastructure devices
  • • Optimize the network
  • • Measure the bandwidth use for an application or user
  • • Find that needle in the haystack

For more information, visit http://www.wiresharktraining.com/sharkfest2018us.html or email [email protected]

*All Discounts and a Chappell University All-Access Pass are baked into the “Troubleshooting with Wireshark” $1,095 class fees. No further discounts are available.

CANCELLATION POLICY
14 days or more before the “Troubleshooting with Wireshark” start date Full Refund minus $100 administrative fee
Less than 14 days before the “Troubleshooting with Wireshark” start date No Refund

If unable to attend the scheduled training class, please call Wireshark University at (408)378-7841 to cancel your registration. If you do not show up for a scheduled class without prior notification (“no show”), no refund will be given. Student substitutions are allowed, but notification must be made to [email protected] no less than five (5) full business days before the start of the class (not including the class start date).

What is the Malicious Network Traffic Analysis Workshop? This is a 1-day workshop that provides a foundation for investigating malicious network traffic with a heavy emphasis on Windows infections. It begins with investigation concepts using Wireshark and identifying hosts in network traffic. Participants then use Wireshark to identify characteristics of infections and suspicious network traffic. This workshop provides tips on how to find indicators and determine the root cause of an infection. The training concludes with an evaluation in which participants use Wireshark to review a pcap and draft an incident report. Experience level: beginner to intermediate.
Overview I. Introduction to investigating network traffic
II. Wireshark setup
III. Identifying host and users in network traffic
IV. Malware infection traffic
V. Malicious web traffic
VI. Policy violations
VII. Finding the root cause
VIII. Drafting incident reports
IX. Evaluation
Location Grand Hall Classroom
Computer History Museum
Mountain View, CA
Date & Time June 25, 2018, 8am - 5pm
Format Hands-on
Workshop Registration Fee $300
Attendance Limit 50
Instructor

Brad Duncan, Threat Intelligence Analyst, Palo Alto Networks - Unit 42

Brad Duncan specializes in network traffic analysis and exploit kit detection. After more than 21 years of classified intelligence work for the US Air Force, Brad transitioned to cyber security in 2010. He is currently a Threat Intelligence Analyst for Palo Alto Networks Unit 42. Brad is also a volunteer handler for the Internet Storm Center (ISC) and has posted more than 80 diaries at isc.sans.edu. He routinely blogs technical details and analysis of infection traffic at www.malware-traffic-analysis.net, where he's provided over 1,300 pcaps of malicious activity to the community.

CANCELLATION POLICY
14 days or more before the SharkFest’18 US Conference start date Full Refund minus $100 Administration Fee
Less than 14 days before the SharkFest’18 US Conference start date No Refund

All cancellation requests must be made in writing to [email protected] If registered but unable to attend, another attendee within your organization may be designated to take your place at no additional charge. All substitution requests must be submitted by the original attendee via e-mail to [email protected] On-site substitutions may be allowed if the substituting attendee provides a written request from the original attendee.