Locke Lord issued the following announcement on July 2.
Locke Lord is pleased to announce that the Firm has yet again earned ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for its information security management system (ISMS). Locke Lord continues to be one of a select group of law firms to achieve the all-encompassing ISO 27001 certification, the internationally recognized standard for establishing, maintaining and continually improving information security.
The Locke Lord ISMS is a framework of processes and control specifications to manage the Firm’s Document Management Service (DMS), Email Management Service (EMS), Remote Access Service (RAS), ClientShare Service (CSS), Mobile Device Management Service (MDMS), Litigation Support Service (LSS), Active Directory Management Service (ADMS) and Personal Data Protection Services (Privacy). The goal of the ISMS is to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of client and Firm information assets globally.
“The renewal of Locke Lord’s ISO/IEC 27001 certification is a testament to the Firm’s continued leadership in information security management,” said Andy Sawyer, Director of Security at Locke Lord. “Protecting our clients’ data and privacy is a top priority for the Firm, and we are committed to upholding and raising our stringent standards for information security in their best interests.”
Locke Lord was audited by Professional Evaluation and Certification Board (PECB), a global provider of training, examination, audit and certification services. The Firm’s systems and practices are audited and confirmed annually.
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