Bethel University’s Center for Computing will be holding a Day of Computing on Mon., March 6, from 1-8 p.m., in collaboration with the Office of Admission. The event, “Being Secure in Today’s Digital World,” will feature three cyber security panel discussions:
- A Glimpse into the Career of a Security Specialist
- Trends in Cyber Security
- Safety for everyone: steps to take
The goal of the event is to enable participants to learn to be safe as a user, learn about a career in cyber security, experience hands-on cyber security activities.
Prospective students will experience an admissions presentation followed by a campus tour, guidance on how to find the right major or minor and dinner in the dining commons.
Additionally, Bethel will offer a security check for personal devices from 5-6:30 p.m.
The day will conclude with a hacking competition, sponsored by Crowe, with $1,000 in Amazon gift cards for first through third place. The event is free, but students must register online by Feb. 20.
For questions related to computing at Bethel, contact Cathy Bareiss at 574.807.7624 or email Cathy.Bareiss@BethelUniversity.edu. For questions related to admission, contact 574.807.7600 or Admissions@BethelUniversity.edu.