E-mail tracking

E-mail monitoring

Email is the most important channel of corporate data leaks. According to statistics, company staff often uses it to provide third parties with company’s sensitive information. Monitoring email exchange option enables to detect and eliminate such threats on time. You can monitor all messages sent by both parties of email exchange including message content and attachments. It supports all main types of email clients and protocols (SMTP, POP3, IMAP).

  • Stores date, time, subject, sender and recipient email addresses;
  • Makes shadow copies of all files attached to email;
  • Supports HTML and text formats;
  • Supports all types of email clients.
  • POP, IMAP, SMTP, MAPI (MS Exchange)
  • Gmail (web)

E-mail correspondence graph

Build the relation graph of e-mail correspondence to see the e-mail recipients of each user. The fugures on the arrows mean the numbers of e-mails. If you click any of them you will see the corresponding e-mail thread. This graph is very useful in case of a data leak investigation as it helps revealing the whole chain of events and all the participants.

E-mail correspondence graph

Files sent by e-mail

See the all the files that were sent by e-mail as attachments. If the files are represented by images they are available for a preview in the list. The files can be downloaded for further studying. The list can be of much use if we know what files should be searched for.

Files sent by e-mail

E-mail quantinty heatmap

E-mail quantity heatmap is a vivid representation of the amount of e-mails in relation to timeline. Each day is represented by a cell, the darker its color - the higher the amount of e-mails. The heatmap is useful to detect anomalies in e-mail routine, and unusually high e-mail activity may be a reson for a deeper investigation.

E-mail quantinty heatmap