Are you worried that someone is spying on you virtually? Maybe through your online cloud accounts? If so, read more to learn how cloud accounts forensics can identify unwanted surveillance and hacking of your online accounts.
Cloud Accounts Forensics
With our cloud forensics tools, we handle the collection, preservation, and production of your digital evidence. We conduct our forensics remotely so you or your client can keep possession of your electronic device whether it’s a laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
Eavesdropping and Spying on Online Account
Fast & Convenient
Receive our Remote Collection Unit at your doorstep in 1-2 days. After you receive the Unit, we begin the collection. Typically, you’ll have your evidence report within 5 days, but expedited services are available. As an added bonus, you do not give up possession of your phone, tablet, or computer. Often the collections are done while you sleep.
Hands down, our most popular benefit is our transparent flat-fee pricing. The flat-fee services are all-inclusive. Therefore, we don’t charge for phone calls, emails, meetings, or hard drives to store the data.
Forensic Collection of Cloud Account Data and Information
At Howe Law Firm, our cloud account forensics provides a fully defensible collection. Because this tends to generate large troves of data, we work with you to limit the amount of data you have to review. First, we use a Discovery Protocol to define the scope of discovery, and then we cull the data to provide only the information you need.
When collecting cloud data, you also want to consider online backups. Backups are helpful when data has intentionally, or inadvertently, been deleted.
Finally, you avoid the risk of sanctions from “self-collection” by using a third-party cloud forensic expert like us to do the collection. It’s preferable to use third parties for evidence collection, as opposed to your own client or law firm staff. After all, you never want to put your client or staff on the witness stand to defend the collection practices in a discovery dispute.
Preservation and Litigation Hold
At the “anticipation of litigation,” your client has a duty to preserve evidence. The best practice is notifying the opposing party with a “Preservation Notice” or “Litigation Hold” letter or email. This puts them on notice to preserve potentially relevant information, including online cloud data.
Production of Cloud Account and Information
Our cloud accounts forensics are flexible and responsive to your needs at all stages of litigation. We help you produce the cloud online data to the opposing party, and for exhibits at trial. Additionally, we will produce the digital evidence in any format you need (e.g. native file format), and Privilege Logs.