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Critical Syntax provides cybersecurity for your Web Applications

Companies are moving applications critical to their business away from local servers and online to the cloud. Hackers and criminals have now turned their attention away from hacking local networks and are targeting vulnerable web applications online. Web applications like your website, your webmail and your CRM system are easy targets for hackers looking to steal personal data and place malware like ransomware.

Your marketing, sales and HR departments are not equipped to handle this threat, and your IT department or outsourced MSP probably doesn't understand or handle web application security.

Call us at 800-719-8140 for an evaluation of your web application security.

About Critical Syntax

Critical Syntax is a cybersecurity company that tests, hardens, and protects web applications. We have over 15 years experience with web application development and cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity

If you think your web applications, like your website aren't targets for hacking think again. Hackers don't just target big companies or eCommerce sites, everyone is under attack.

Have you been hacked?

If you suspect a hack of your website or other web application call us at
800-719-8140

WordPress powers 30% of all websites, over 70% of them are vulnerable to hacking and
over 90% of user-generated passwords are insecure.

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