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We expect that private cybercriminals and sophisticated nation-state actors will continue to target businesses of all sizes and in all industries. Meanwhile, human error and trusted vendors will remain the biggest vectors for cyberattacks. We also expect that cybersecurity and data privacy compliance challenges will only become more complex for businesses. Lawmakers have taken note of the continuous stream of mega-breaches and have set about introducing ever-stricter data protection laws across the U.S. and around the world, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act. At the same time, regulators on both side of the Atlantic have issued record-setting fnes under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and U.S. laws such as the FTC Act and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. And state attorneys general have been particularly active in seeking to make examples of firms for cybersecurity and privacy missteps.