ESET, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions headquartered in the EU, stops selling products to home users, businesses and organizations in Russia and Belarus. Sales to state organizations have already been banned since 2016, when the Russian government introduced new tax rules and certification requirements aimed at supporting local vendors.
All licenses purchased earlier, as well as now available for sale in the territory of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, function in full, according to Eset standards. Existing customers can renew licenses for antivirus and other products without restrictions and use them in the future. In addition, additional purchase is available: expanding the number of nodes and switching to senior brand cybersecurity solutions. Technical support of users does not stop, consultations of specialists are carried out 24/8.
Users of ESET products in Ukraine continue to receive round-the-clock assistance from local specialists in cooperation with leading specialists of the headquarters. Due to the critical importance of cyber protection, ESET licenses that have recently expired have been updated automatically and given the opportunity to switch to solutions with a higher level of protection. ESET provides information to many international and European organizations that identify and counteract cyber threats. The company aims to make the digital world safer thanks to the unique telemetry of malicious software and security research. All studies are published on the official WeLiveSecurity blog for quick user response to security incidents.