New York state’s data privacy and security protections will be strengthened over the next year as businesses prepare to implement two bills on the topic signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday.

Both bills were inspired in part by the data breach at Equifax in 2017, when the personal information of more than half the adult population in the U.S. was exposed in what’s been considered one of the largest digital security events in history.

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