It appears that hackers don’t take the summer off. From the U.S. Office of Personnel Management to online dating site Ashley Madison, cybercriminals have been proving that they will go after just about any sort of target that holds people’s personal data.

At the same time, regulators have been trying to fight back—particularly in the European Union, where new rules on data protection are emerging that may be finalized as early as the end of this year. Although these regulations are European, many U.S. companies that do business in the EU and work with customers and employees there will still have to worry about complying.

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