The new normal has not only significantly altered everyday life. The actual hyperconnectivity -the need to be at all hours with your face planted in front of the screen to remain in contact with the rest of the world- has made us more vulnerable than ever to the threats that cybercriminals dump on the Internet day after day. Especially when it comes to cyber scams. According to a study by the cybersecurity company S21 Sec, Spain was the country hardest hit by this type of attack during the first half of 2020. Its growth, in global terms, was 320%. And, for this 2021, those in charge of protecting companies and users do not expect it to lose strength.