Stay Safe Online With Summit IT

Let’s work together to find the right cybersecurity solutions for your company’s defense against viruses, hackers, malware, and more.


Our Cybersecurity Solutions

Network and Security Assessment

The first step in securing your digital footprint is to assess your vulnerabilities. Our experts examine your entire system to identify server, endpoint, and network weak points, then give you a detailed report that includes our strategies for reducing or eliminating areas of concern. From OS patches to password policies to dark web monitoring, Summit IT has you covered.


Just as a fence and locked doors keep would-be thieves out of your house, firewalls deter hackers and malicious software from infiltrating your network. The experts at Summit can help you decide whether a packet filtering, stateful inspection or proxy firewall is best for your company.

Security Operations Center (SOC)

Make Summit IT your first line of defense online. We’ll dedicate 24/7 monitoring to your entire infrastructure with real-time threat detection and lightning-fast responses. As your SOC, we’ll deliver unified and coordinated security that’s efficient and cost-effective. Elevate customer confidence and make industry privacy compliance a breeze with Summit’s SOC power.

Antivirus Packages

Don’t rely on one-size-fits-all “free” antivirus software or waste money on packages that include elements you don’t need or won’t use – or worse, install multiple third-party antivirus programs that end up crashing your system. Let Summit IT develop a targeted antivirus strategy that suits your company’s size and system needs.

EDR / MDR / XDR Options

Staying ahead of cyber threats is tough. Summit IT offers detection and response solutions that go beyond antivirus software to detect zero-day threats – those that have not been identified yet. From Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) – an integrated endpoint security solution combining real-time continuous monitoring and collection of endpoint data with rules-based automated response and analysis capabilities – to managed detection services (MDR) and extended platforms (XDR) that consolidate threat detection across your entire company’s infrastructure, real-time monitoring and automated responses provide serious peace of mind.

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

What if there was one comprehensive tool that kept watch over all your systems and data, sniffing out vulnerabilities and addressing threats before they could disrupt your business? That’s what SIEM does. By collecting, correlating and analyzing in real time massive amounts of info from a wide range of sources across your organization, SIEM delivers a host of benefits, including:

  • Real-time threat detection
  • AI-driven speed and accuracy
  • Improved organizational efficiency
  • Detection of both advanced and unknown threats
  • Meaningful post-incident forensics
  • Streamlined auditing and compliance reporting
  • Remote workforce transparency

Password Protection

Is your team mired in passwords that are out of date, easily guessed or tracked on sticky notes all over the office? The Summit experts can make everyone’s life a little easier with password management solutions that store all usernames and passwords in a secure digital vault. Plus we’ll help your team understand what makes some passwords riskier, and we’ll monitor the dark web for alerts on items from your vault. We can also create Multi-Factor Authentication systems that help keep your data even safer.

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security system that requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify the user’s identity for a login or other transaction. These categories can include something the user knows (like a password), something the user has (like a security token), or something the user is (like a fingerprint). MFA adds an extra layer of security to help ensure that unauthorized users are not able to access sensitive information or perform malicious activities. Implementing MFA is important because it significantly reduces the risk of unauthorized access, data breaches, and identity theft by making it much harder for attackers to compromise user accounts. This is especially crucial in today’s digital landscape where cyber threats are prevalent and constantly evolving.

Reach New Heights with Summit IT

Contact us today and get back to focusing on growing your business instead of worrying about your tech.