Frequently Asked Questions
NetApp is complying with the legal framework that the governments of the United States, European Union and United Kingdom have recently established, including all sanctions and regulations that are applicable to our business. As a direct result, NetApp has temporarily suspended business operations in Russia and Belarus. Europe is an important market for NetApp, and we will continue to work carefully to assess and respond to any updates across the region as the situation evolves.
NetApp, as a global company with employees, partners, and customers across multiple geographies, stands by the principles of peaceful conflict resolution and that the protection of human rights are non-negotiable. We are deeply concerned about the safety and security of the international community and our thoughts of care, support and resiliency are with all those impacted during this troubling time. NetApp is committed to the safety of our workers in Russia and Ukraine, and we are in contact with them to offer support. As we navigate this evolving situation, we encourage care, compassion, and empathy within our global communities.
NetApp is also closely monitoring reports of increases in cyberattacks connected with this situation and will continue to update cybersecurity countermeasures as new threats emerge.
NetApp will continue to update this advisory as additional information becomes available and will provide answers to common questions below. This advisory should be considered the single source of current, up-to-date, authorized and accurate information from NetApp regarding this situation.
Frequently Asked Questions (Updated March 11, 2022)
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