Arthur Zakirov, founder and CEO of Artsoft, a developer of information security solutions, announced the suspension of the company’s work in Russia.

The developer of solutions in the field of information security “Artsoft” will stop doing business in Russia

“I am the CEO and sole founder of a Russian IT company working in the field of information security – Artsoft <…>. I have decided to stop the activities of my business in Russia, ”Zakirov said on his Twitter page.

He added that he made this decision because of Russia’s military operations in Ukraine, noting that the day the special operation began he was in Dubai with his family and decided not to return.

  • Artsoft is a systems integrator in the field of corporate security. It provides consulting services in the field of security, design of security systems, implementation of security tools and corporate security subsystems, and also provides technical support for such systems.
  • Artsoft LLC was established in July 2020, the sole owner and CEO is Artur Zakirov. The number of employees, according to the “Kontur.Focus” system, is 11 people. Revenue at the end of 2022 amounted to 90 million rubles, having decreased by 25% year on year.
  • The company has FSTEC and FSB licenses for activities in the field of information security and is included in the register of IT companies of the Ministry of Digital Development. According to Zakirov, among the customers are Roskosmos, Rosatom, Uralchem ​​​​and other companies.


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Source: RB

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