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How does Grammarly ensure security amid the ongoing war on Ukraine?

Grammarly has stringent security measures and safeguards in place to help ensure customer data is safe and secure, as evidenced by our ISO 27001/27017/27018 certifications and SOC 2 Type 2 report. We maintain a strong control environment, with all our data and codebase stored on servers hosted by Amazon Web Services in the United States. Access to user data is limited to approved and authorized team members and only when such data is critical to their work in providing Grammarly's services to users.

Amid the tragic war against Ukraine, we’ve taken additional steps to reinforce the security of customer data. We do not allow access to our services from Russia, Belarus, and temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, preventing connection through proxies, public VPN services, and top-of-rack device endpoints. Grammarly continues to assess and address potential threats and new developments.

We value the trust our customers put in us to keep their information safe and secure. Learn about our user-first approach to privacy and security here, and learn more about Grammarly security operations, policies, practices, and attestations on this page. Still have questions? You can reach our Security team at

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