In 2020, pandemic requires, Moroccans have massively adopted digital, the only way to stay in contact with their loved ones during confinement, but also to remotely manage their finances, to have fun, to study and to be informed, or still to work. E-commerce in particular has experienced a boom in the kingdom. According to the Center Monétique Interbancaire, the Internet payment activity recorded a spectacular increase of 24% in the first nine months of 2020. In 2020, one in 10 Internet users had been the victim of at least one malware type. 26% of Moroccan internet users do not protect their mobiles at all. Security is more important today than ever, and it concerns all users, regardless of age or activity, regardless of age and activity. Just a glimpse of the numbers shows the scale of the task: more than 4.5 billion people use the Internet worldwide, 112.5 billion emails are exchanged daily and 5 billion GB of data online. are created daily… However, more connected devices means greater exposure to threats. Because who says increased trade means increased risk. Kaspersky’s annual report indicated that as of 2020, one in 10 internet users had experienced at least one malware attack. Still in 2020, the average number of malicious files detected per day is 360,000, an increase of 5.2% compared to 2019. In such a situation, are users aware of the threats? Not really. According to a study carried out in 2020 by Kaspersky and the research firm Immersion, 26% of Moroccan Internet users do not protect their mobile devices at all, one in three respondents saves their confidential data on their smartphone, while 19% of respondents claim to have had a social media account hacked before.