The ISO 27001 cybersecurity certification, which provides standards for information security management, is becoming a vital asset for law firms looking to maintain and grow their business in the modern economy, according to the ISO 27001 Global Report 2016.

The report surveyed information security professionals from a variety of industries, including law, tech and financial services, from organizations in 53 countries around the world, including the U.S., U.K., India and South Africa. A majority of respondents (80 percent) had information security structures that were either already ISO 27001 certified (40 percent) or in the process of obtaining certification in the “near future” (40 percent).

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