A survey of 200 U.S. firms found that many law firms are unprepared for cyberattacks, and it’s hurting their standing with clients.

Titled “The Law Firm Cybersecurity Scorecard,” the report is the first of a quarterly effort by LogicForce intended to educate both law firms and the corporate legal departments that would hire them of the security issues impacting their industry.

Employee training is a commonly cited prevention measure for organizations, cited among the “10 Basic Cybersecurity Measures” for reducing cybersecurity attacks distributed as a joint effort between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. Speaking about the WannaCry attacks, Ed McAndrew, a cybercrimes prosecutor and data security lawyer at Ballard Spahr, told LTN, “What it shows is you don’t need to have the biggest security budget in the world. You need to employ basic cyber hygiene at the very least.”

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