Have you or your organization taken any steps to help those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine? Share any resources you think could be useful.

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Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer, Self-employed
Different relocation scenarios and alternative seeking ways of payments is what we faced so far.
GVP in Software, 10,001+ employees
Thanks Vladimir. Would love  and 's perspectives as well
VP of Global IT and Cybersecurity in Manufacturing, 501 - 1,000 employees



CIO in Services (non-Government), 1,001 - 5,000 employees
My organisation does not do any business in Ukraine or Russia.  As for helping those affected, we leave it to individuals to help however they can.  In situations like this, people sometimes feel they have to do something, but they may end up doing the wrong things.  I suspect when the opportunity arises, people will do what they can to help.  Refugees is not something new.  At present we still have refugees in other parts of the World who are homeless or stateless due to wars or famine.  I suspect this makes the news because it is happening in Europe.
CISO in Banking, 10,001+ employees
As an employee of an internal bank with branches in Ukraine, our business is offering a an internal worldwide housing scheme funded by the business in part and a charitable donation scheme for affected people with 100% matched contributions from the business as a world wide group we have pledges in excess of 10 million Euro.
Senior Executive Advisor in Software, 10,001+ employees
We made a public statement suspending all operations in Russia and Belarus, and supporting Ukraine and the bravery of Ukranian people.

We gave every employee a monetary amount that they can donate to a humanitarian cause of their choosing. Several causes support the Ukrainian people and efforts to help them.
We created funds for Ukraine relief where employees can donate to support many organizations that are supporting the effort.
CEO in Services (non-Government), Self-employed
We made donations through the Red Cross and are partnered with a couple of clients to help refugees.
Chief Information Officer in Software, 11 - 50 employees
Although my current company does not do business in Ukraine, one of the persons we have spoken with in the past, was killed due to the Russian invasion, along with her children.  

What a travesty and a senseless loss of human life and suffering this invasion is resulting in. My thoughts, prayers, and support go out to the people in Ukraine.
Director of IT in Miscellaneous, 51 - 200 employees
We are not doing anything on an organizational level to help those affected. We will try to provide humanitarian aid when possible.
Chief Information Security Officer in Healthcare and Biotech, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
While the war started, and few hacker groups also get involved in this war; Being BFSI organisation, we have put certain control to restrict the access to our critical information system; where ever we are unable to put restrictions, we have increased the log monitoring, added various new alerts, proactive blocking for IPs/Domains/URLs ete. 

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