Protect Yourself From Cyber Threats

Cybersecurity & Threat Protection Services for Metro Detroit Businesses

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If you aren't actively protecting your business from cyber threats, all it takes is one mouse click for your business to fail. And it can happen faster than you imagine. 

Many small business owners think they are too small to be targeted by cyber threats. They couldn't be more wrong.

In fact, 44 percent of all breaches occur at small businesses, according to Verizon's 2019 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR). Small businesses are one of the most frequent victims of hacking, ransomware and exploit targeting because they are ripe targets. Cybercriminals have found small businesses to be more profitable than large corporations because they lack the resources to set up protective barriers. Most big companies have updated their security so they are less vulnerable – but not impervious – to these attacks. Learn more

A threat, in the context of computer security, refers to anything that has the potential to cause serious harm to a computer system. A threat is something that may or may not happen, but has the potential to cause serious damage. Threats can lead to attacks on computer systems, networks, and more.

Your organization must have easy and fast access to vital customer and operational data. This includes business information such as:

  • Financial Information
  • Internal Operating Documents
  • Vendor and Account Details
  • Employee Information
  • Private Customer Records
  • Confidential Emails

When you partner with AM Data Service, we remove the vulnerability from your network. When we are your outsourced IT department, your staff, your clients, and your future are sheltered from internal and external threats.

Our Cyber Threat Protection and Network Security Service is advanced, layered, and proactive. Our solutions are as evolved as the threats. 

Call us today to learn more about our Cyber Threat Protection, Computer Security and Network Security Solutions. 



We provide a three-step approach to cybersecurity:  Education, Prevention, and Cure.


Any successful cybersecurity plan begins with education.Our threat prevention process teaches your employees about the potential risks associated with using corporate email and web browsing at work. We educate you and your staff about an array of cyber threats, including: computer viruses, data breaches, social engineering, phishing, hacking, malware, and spear-phishing. 

We will help your company establish proven security processes related to email attachments and web browsing. We back those processes with policy templates you can customize and brand specifically for your organization.

However, even the most educated staff members are not immune to human error. Education, on its own, is not enough protection for any business environment.



The second step of our cybersecurity plan is defense. We leverage multiple industry-leading Antivirus, Anti-malware, Anti-exploit, Email hygiene (Spam Filtering) and Firewall traffic-filtering tools to prevent dangerous code from getting into your network.  If a malicious link is clicked or a Trojan-containing attachment is downloaded, these tools will often save a system from full-blown infection. However, sometimes new strains of ransomware are created faster than antivirus can protect against them.



The final step in our solution is remediation (in the event of an infection). Our Total Data Protection solution provides the ultimate fail-safe in a layered defense strategy. We take snapshots of your data and systems and store them on a local, secure device. In addition, we redundantly mirror these snapshots to our secure cloud data center in another location. Even if your company gets attacked by ransomware or other threats, we can ‘turn back the clock’ to a snapshot before the attack happened. We provide your business with the ultimate undo button!


Contact us today to see how we can help ensure your business can thrive without the fear of cyber attacks.