In a world where privacy and anonymity are reducing steadily, communication security is difficult to achieve for individuals or businesses handling sensitive client information. Lawyers encounter breaches of such confidential communications as text messages, phone calls, emails and teleconferences too often. At least 80% of the 100 largest law firms have suffered some sort of data breach. To protect client communications has become a serious issue for lawyers.
To protect communications being intercepted, lawyers had better get an encrypted app for all communications between clients. CoverMe is a suggested app with encrypted data transmission tech. Messages and calls between CoverMe users are highly encrypted from hackers and surveillance. CoverMe’s end-to-end encryption ensures only you and the person you’re communicating with can read what is sent, and nobody in between. This is because the messages are secured with a lock, and only the recipient and you have the special key needed to unlock and read them. Voice calls, group chats, media transfer…everything is highly encrypted. It also integrates self-destructing messaging. The messages can self-destruct after a set amount of time. The deleting of messages from your side will trigger the removing of the same messages on the other side. It makes sure your messages are totally secure with no trace left behind.
CoverMe also integrate a Vault to encrypt pictures, videos and other kinds of files. It helps lawyers to secure the confidential files and data for clients. When lawyers need to transfer the files to clients, do not use email since it is unprotected from interception, send files from the Vault with CoverMe instead. Sharing and file transfer between CoverMe users are totally safe with end-to-end encryption.
CoverMe has multiple safeguard to keep users’ privacy from prying eyes. It is highly protected by passwords or fingerprint. What’s more, it enables Break-in Report. If someone gets a hand of your phone and tries to break-in, it will secretly take a snapshot of the intruder using the front facing camera so you can know who tried to break-in. It also records their locations so you can see where the break-in attempt took place.