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Professional Cyber Investigations

Cyber Investigation Services

Our cyber investigation services are designed to help people and corporations investigate a wide range cyber incidents, including cyber hacking, social media, data breaches, employee misconduct, dark web, cyberbullying, cyberstalking, infidelity’s and other types of cyber related incidents. Our cyber investigators are subject matter experts in digital investigations and can help you obtain the evidence you need for any of the following cases. 

  • Hacking Investigations (Computer, Email, Social Media)
  • Computer Investigations
  • Cell Phone Hacking
  • Digital Spyware Investigations
  • Cyber Breach Investigations
  • Employee Misconduct Investigations
  • Corporate Investigations
  • Identity Theft Investigations
  • Email Investigations
  • Internet Investigations
  • Cyberbullying Investigations
  • Cyberstalking Investigations
  • Spyware/Malware Investigations
  • Social Media Investigations
  • Dark Web Investigations
  • Affordable Fees
  • Payment Plans
  • Subject Matter Experts
  • Free Consultations
  • Much More

Cyber Investigators

Cyber Investigations
Social Media Investigations
Cell Phone, Computer, Email, Internet & Hacking Investigations
Dark Web Investigations

Nationwide Cyber Investigations

Professional Cyber Investigations


If you think your business,  personal accounts or cell phone has been hacked, it’s important to act quickly to minimize the damage and protect yourself from further harm. Here are some steps you can take:

  1. Change your passwords: The first thing you should do is change the passwords for all of your accounts that have been hacked. Make sure to use strong, unique passwords for each account.
  2. If it’s a cell phone that has been hacked its best DO NOT restore it to factory settings as you will wipe out any possible evidence. 
  3. Check for suspicious activity on all apps, profiles and accounts: Check your account, computer and server activity logs (PRESERVE ALL LOG FILES)
  4. Notify the company: Contact the company that manages the account that has been hacked and let them know what has happened. They will be able to provide you with further guidance on how to protect yourself and your account. (This is especially important if you think your banking information has been hacked)
  5. Enable two-factor authentication: Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security to your accounts by requiring a second form of verification, such as a code sent to your phone, in addition to your password. This makes it much harder for hackers to gain access to your accounts.
  6. Monitor your credit report: If a hacker has obtained your personal information, they may try to open new accounts in your name. Monitor your credit report to ensure that no new accounts have been opened without your knowledge.
  7. Be cautious of phishing: Hackers may try to trick you into providing them with your personal information by sending you phishing emails or text messages. Be cautious of any unsolicited messages that ask for your personal information and never click on links or download attachments from unknown sources.
  8. Consider getting a credit freeze: A credit freeze is a way to restrict access to your credit report, making it more difficult for hackers to open new accounts in your name.
  9. Be careful with personal information: Be more careful with personal information in future, such as not leaving personal information on social media, not using public Wi-Fi, and being more cautious of phishing emails and text messages.
  10. Keep your software up to date: Keep your operating system and any security software you have installed on your computer up-to-date. This will ensure that you have the latest security patches and features to protect yourself from hackers.
  11. Seek professional help: If you are unable to resolve the issue, or are unsure of how to proceed, consider seeking professional. You can hire a professional cyber investigator who can help you get your life back.

It’s important to remember that being hacked can be a traumatic experience and it’s ok to feel upset or anxious about it. But taking the steps above and being proactive can help you regain control and protect yourself from further harm. If you need a professional hacking investigation, we can help. Contact us today for a Free Consultation.


Some Words From Our Clients

"Working with Elite Digital Forensics is a real benefit to my clients, there’s a knowledge, understanding of how cases work, and creativity for building defense theories that is a real value to the process. I will continue to use them as my forensic experts of choice. "

Attorney Jeffery Higgins

"Very professional and easy to work with, they were able to assist me in recovering deleted text messages from my phone."

Keith Stanfield Client

"I used them on a case last month involving cell phone forensics and they uncovered alibi evidence that resulted in charges being dropped. Their experience and knowledge is exceptional".

Attorney Larry Avallone Client

"The forensic experts at Elite Digital Forensics were fantastic to work with they analyzed a laptop computer for me that one of my employees was using and were able to uncover a lot of valuable evidence".

Kara Groat Business Manager

"I used them on a cyber investigation involving email and internet forensics and they were able to help me properly locate the evidence I needed".

Brett Hays Client

"Great cyber investigators and very easy to work with! Had them analyze a small server and a laptop and they were able to locate the evidence I was looking for."

Michelle T. Client

"When I suspected my phone was hacked, I turned to Elite Digital Forensics. Their team conducted a comprehensive analysis and uncovered hidden malware that was compromising my personal information. Their swift action and detailed report helped me secure my phone and protect my data. I'm impressed by their technical prowess and dedication to client safety."

Michael Johnston Client



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