Thank you for working with Binary Tattoo. Please find a number of useful materials below that you are welcome to *download and/or use. An FAQ has also been included below. If you require any other materials, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*In accordance with our company terms and policies, downloads are free for use at Binary Tattoo events and cannot be reproduced without permission or sold by entities other than Binary Tattoo Inc.
Corporate Presentation Materials
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Checklist for Online Privacy Presentation *coming soon*
Checklist for Online Branding Presentation
Parent and Student Materials
Checklist for Parents Online Safety
Handout for Students Online Reputation
Editable Poster for Parent Presentations
Follow Up Email
As a recap, and for those who cannot attend, we recommend sharing the link for our article on Internet Safety for Kids. The article includes other links to popular articles on such as monitoring, starting dialog with tweens/teens, and good digital citizenship.
You may also distribute links to our materials page to individually download copies to our Family Device Contract, Social Network Cheat Sheet, and our Network and App Resource.
Below you will find bios and intros for a variety of mediums.
You may also download Cat’s PR Media Sheet.
Speaker Bio for Seminars and Keynotes
Cat is also a parent. Concerned about how to help guide her kids in a digital world, she founded Binary Tattoo, a company whose mission is to educate and empower people with the knowledge on how to use the internet and social networks so that they can create positive identities, maximize their experience, and stay safe.
Cat has spoken to tens of thousands of people, from students to companies, about the pluses and perils of being online. She has appeared at trade shows, on TV & radio shows, and in national publications as an online identity expert. She was nominated for a 2014 WOW award for Entrepreneurship, took 3rd place in Communitech Women Entrepreneur’s Bootcamp pitch competition and is a member of their inaugural accelerator for women founders in tech. She is also the Tech Writer for Yummy Mummy Club, a popular online content site for parents.
Although we cannot predict the future of technology, we can arm our kids, and ourselves, with knowledge to help make better choices and help navigate this new world.
For Personal Digital Identity Audits, our Network and App Resource, Free Downloads, Tips, and more information, visit Binary Tattoo at www.BinaryTattoo.com.
For Printed Articles and Bylines
Cat Coode is the founder of Binary Tattoo. Her mission is to help educate people with the knowledge of how an online identity is first created and then developed; Empowering them to control how theirs evolves in the online world. With an increased awareness in digital safety, we can all enjoy the benefits of online communities while minimizing the risks. Cat is also an engineer, speaker, consultant, author, and, above all else, a parent. Her motivation to help others was born out of her concern for her kids and the new generations growing up in an ever-changing digital landscape. For personal online audits, network and app resource, free downloads, tips, and lots more information, check us out at www.BinaryTattoo.com.
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How many people can you speak to at once?
We have workshop groups as small 5 and keynotes over 1000. For seminars, it is up to you and the capacity of your rooms. For workshops, we recommend intimate groups less than 12 to be able to best help the individuals in the room.
What type of equipment do you need for seminars and workshops?
Cat will come with a presentation on a laptop and USB stick. For big rooms, it is preferable if you have your own projector. For smaller rooms, we can provide one on request. There is no audio in the presentation. For larger spaces, a microphone is required.
For workshops, attendees will need access to the internet.
What do we need to provide for workshops?
Attendees should bring a device with internet access. A laptop is preferable to a handheld device or tablet because it allows easier access to many of the privacy and notification settings on social media accounts.