“We are very proud to be able to offer this world first to schools - software that helps them in their duty of care towards children, but more importantly keeps children safe. "
London, UK (PRWEB) September 29, 2013
XRayData, a Cyber Bullying Alert Software for Schools Debuts Tomorrow at the HMC 2013 Conference in London.
XRayData is a Cyber Bullying alert software that notifies parents of any potentially harmful behavior from or to a child online. The system allows schools and parents to enroll their children. The software features are launching for Ask.fm, Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus in its first phase.
Once Schools and Parents enroll children, the caregiver is notified of any negative online behavior via email, the parent is also notified of the severity of the behavior. As XRayData also prides itself on education, it provides tips and guidelines to parents and teachers on how to approach children bullying others online or being bullied themselves.
Macartan Mulligan ,Co Founder of XRayData says “We are very proud to be able to offer this world first to schools - software that helps them in their duty of care towards children, but more importantly keeps children safe. We are looking forward to seeing what school will be the first in the world to install this new school cyber bullying alert system - and offer a new level of protection to parents of children in their care. Our system is 50% education and 50% alerts - which is very important, we need to educate teachers, parents and children to safe online activity."
Macartan Mulligan confirmed he will be at the HMC with fellow team members from the XRayData, including Gerard Flynn, MBE - a recently retired school principal and now brand ambassador for the cyber bullying system.
The 2013 HMC Annual Conference will be held from Monday, 30th September to Thursday, 3rd October 2013 at the Hilton London Metropole, Edgware Road, London.
XRayData allows parents to be alerted to negative online behavior on their child’s social networks by email. They can only see content that is negative and at the same time allow the child to maintain a safe online social life. It can be customized to needs of parents and educators, allowing for a better safer online presence for everyone involved.