Email hacking account analysis costs per account. The analysis includes reviewing account and security settings and inspection for email forwarding and hacking. Also includes running several anti-virus scans to detect surveillance.
Email Account Hacking Counter Surveillance Services
Take a moment to think about all those emails you send for work. Confidential and proprietary information? Privileged communications with your lawyer? Maybe a couple of innocuous dog or cat memes to lighten the mood? Well, we won’t worry about the dog memes, but presumably, you want to protect your trade secret and intellectual property information. We work with law firms, businesses, and individual clients is to secure your email accounts. Let us help you find out if someone is monitoring your email.
Why Choose Howe Law Firm?
We are lawyers, TSCM counter surveillance experts, computer forensic experts, and mobile forensic experts. This experience provides you with professional and comprehensive counter surveillance services for the best results.
- We are lawyers. We know how to preserve your evidence and maintain client confidentiality. In addition, with our trial experience, we make great expert witnesses when needed.
- Flat-fee services! No charge for travel expenses, data storage, or written reports.
- Remote Services. We conduct email hacking analysis remotely.
- Secure. Above all, we want to protect you and your data’s security. When we collect your evidence, we use an encrypted storage device to protect the integrity of your data. In addition, we do all this remotely at our secure Data Center.
- Computer & Mobile Forensic Experts. There is more we can do to analyze all your electronic devices and accounts for signs of surveillance:
- Comprehensive Services. For a deeper investigation into surveillance concerns, we also offer office and home bug sweeps, vehicle sweeps, boat sweeps, and airplane sweeps for hidden cameras, microphones, and GPS trackers
What is Included in Email Account Hacking Analysis Cost?
The analysis includes reviewing account and security settings and inspection for email forwarding and hacking. Also includes running several anti-virus scans to detect surveillance.
Beware of Emails and Attachments
By now, we’ve likely all heard about phishing scams. With phishing emails, scammers try to trick you into giving up personal information or even to install malware on your computer. Once you’ve inadvertently loaded malware on your computer, the suspect may have access to your computer’s camera and microphone. Other malware takes screenshots of open programs, documents, and emails, then forwards the information to the suspect. Obviously, such monitoring could be devastating, not only personally, but for your company as well.
Is my Email Being Monitored?
We’ve worked with many clients to uncover surveillance on email accounts. We identify a security breach or other unlawful surveillance, by checking all settings, emails, content, and attachments for risks. In particular, we will look for scripts and executable files. However, each case is unique, and often the person has reason to be suspicious their email is being monitored. Here are some of those stories:
Detect and Remove Spyware on Email
Monitoring by Malware
A corporation in Seattle, WA suspected a competitor was stealing confidential information. In analyzing the emails, we found the competitor used common phishing tactics to trick the corporation. The competitor had posed as a new potential customer and then used an email attachment. Once someone from the corporation opened the attachment, it installed an executable program file on the computer. This in turn resulted in the Corporation inadvertently granting the competitor access to spreadsheets and PDF files from the computer.
Email Forwarding & Settings
We pay particular attention to email forwarding. We have had cases where the opposing party, has access to all email communications from the other party, including those from their lawyer, by using email forwarding. Every email is sent or received is forwarded to the opposing party. This is a clear breach of attorney-client privileged communications and must be stopped.
One day, we got a call from a wife’s attorney in Sacramento, California. They were worried her email was being monitored. In particular, her husband and his lawyer seemed to know too much about their strategy and settlement discussions. When I remotely evaluated her email account, I checked the settings. There, I quickly found that someone had turned on email forwarding. Thus, all her emails were being sent to her husband’s email. As you can imagine, the judge in this divorce case was livid, in particular with the blatant breach of attorney-client privileged communications.
In another case, a company in Houston, Texas reached out to us. After a recent security breach, they wanted us to double-check all email settings for their entire team. We doubled checked and corrected all email account settings.