As we make our way through the global pandemic, the Internet is playing a crucial role in normalising our day to day activities. Businesses have been going through rapid digital transformation, contributing to increased online financial transactions, shopping, communication, education, and entertainment. 

We are also witnessing an increase in cybercrime and other malicious online behaviours. There is a growing concern among people about online security. As more and more news of scams and fraud make their way into our everyday conversations, we are continuously made aware of the danger of being the victim of cybercrime. To make matters worse, the rising concern of being monitored by government agencies and tech corporate giants have also created an uneasy sense of being watched 24/7, resulting in paranoia and speculation.