Author: Cybermum India

Cybermum India Anindita Mishra is Intel Security’s Cybermum in India. A Pune-based freelance writer, teacher and devoted mother of two- Anindita has always been a vocal advocate for issues tied to children's welfare and development. Like many Indian parents, Anindita wants to make sure that her children are safe wherever they go, in the real or virtual world. Her blogs are about internet safety and sharing her own experiences, insights and learnings to keep children and families safe online. You can follow Anindita on Twitter @Cybermum_India or via Facebook page: Cybermum India or email her at

Yesterday I picked up a friend’s child, who was returning from the week long class trip to Mumbai. As I listened to all the excited chatter of the tired but happy kids, one remark caught my attention. “Do you know you can’t click selfies at many locations in Mumbai? We tried to take photos at […]

When you are packing your bags for a long weekend break or a family holiday, do you pack all your devices too or do you say to yourself “I will not connect to the internet at any cost. I am going to be unplugged this holiday?” Many of you, I am sure, will opt for […]

Long ago I watched a movie where the hero returned home after a harrowing experience only to find that an imposter had established himself there! The imposter had assumed the hero’s name, credentials and even his business! The hero had a tough time proving his legitimacy and showing the world how his doppelganger had committed […]

Hi There! In November 2014, the United Nations Organization (UNO) declared 15th July as World Youth Skills Day. The purpose is to promote greater awareness regarding the importance of technical and vocational education as well as to train and develop requisite skills amongst youth globally. With the global unemployment issue assuming serious proportions, this day […]

We start our blog, remembering noted English writer – Lewis Carroll. Legend has it, that he first narrated the story of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ to young Alice Liddell, when he and the reverend Robinson Duckworth rowed a boat up the River Thames on 4 July 1862. So in the story, young Alice falls down a […]