Against the backdrop of escalating cybercrime and data breaches throughout 2020 and 2021, state legislators in over 29 US states have thrown the spotlight on data privacy this year, putting it high on the agenda in legislative sessions. Amongst other things, the rights of consumers to opt out of data collection on websites, providing watertight protection and privacy for children online, and the monitoring of employee emails have all been closely scrutinized. Perhaps most crucially, legislators have taken a closer look at the role and responsibility of commercial and governmental entities in ensuring data protection, as well as the need for companies to make clear what data is collected, what will be done with it, and for how long it will be kept. This privacy framework to improve cyber security will make part of legislative sessions that will sum up measures to keep data privacy as an essential subject to bring security to all data protection. Moreover, this will ensure a more enhanced approach to individuals, companies, or businesses that want to keep their data in the most secure environment than the one that is out now.