Soon after, the industries and their workers got even more virtually linked than before. The pandemic established a new trend of work from home where the enterprises ran their businesses online. And this required a lot of critical data sharing/handling, cloud networks, digital devices, data centres, massive communication among employees. Though it was smooth and effective initially, a major leap in the cyber-attacks and information security incidents were witnessed. Cyber criminals or hackers started preying on the personal data of individuals as well as the critical data of organizations. The increase in the digital traffic and footprints helped them to paint a picture of the individual/organization, to trace vulnerabilities and finally to siphon off capital and data.