Despite an increasingly malicious cyberthreat environment, most potential law firm clients are confident in the legal industry’s ability to protect client data, according to a survey of more than 1,000 small business owners and the U.S. general public conducted by data disposal company Shred-it and market research company Ipsos Public Affairs.

Almost half of the respondents, 47 percent, said data protection considerations were “very important” when deciding which law firm to hire, while 36 percent said such considerations were at least “somewhat important.”

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