The pandemic has compelled educational institutions to shift almost all aspects of learning online. Examinations and other assessments are now being conducted virtually. While this has allowed students to undergo their academic evaluations in a safe manner, it has led to a significant increase in instances of cheating. Many students have exploited the limitations of the remote monitoring capabilities of schools and colleges to gain an unfair advantage when taking their examinations. The most common methods of cheating during online exams include impersonation, using external resources, screen sharing, and colluding with friends and other individuals. This poses a huge threat to an institution's academic integrity, which in turn has huge ramifications for students, in terms of the veracity of their marks and for the institution, in terms of its accreditation and standing.