Governor Jerry Brown of California has signed a three-piece package of legislation that amends the state’s seminal data breach notification law.  The legislation adds a definition of “encrypted,” specifies what information must be included in data breach notices sent to consumers, and includes information collected with automated license plate recognition systems in the definition of “personal information.”  The governor also signed legislation that criminalizes “hackers for hire” and makes it a crime to solicit a person’s aid in gaining unauthorized access to a computer.