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Answers.Bill.com: Top Tip – Bill.com System Security

May 18, 2012

How do I know Bill.com is secure?

At Bill.com, your security and privacy is our top priority. We take a number of steps to ensure your documents and data are kept private and always available to you:

  • 256-bit Encryption: we use the same encryption that the banks use so that your data is protected when you connect to our site. Our encryption runs at up to 256 bits, based on your browser’s settings.  
  • Firewalls and intrusion-detection devices prevent unauthorized electronic access to servers.
  • Database encryption: we encrypt any sensitive information when it is stored in our database.
  • Redundant back up: your data and documents are stored on redundant servers so that we immediately make two copies of everything. We back up the data to separate media and regularly move a copy of the backups to a second secure facility which enables Bill.com to recover from a potential disaster quickly.
  • Completed a SOC 1, Type 2 Audit (formerly known as a SAS 70, Type 2) by a leading national CPA Firm.
  • Verisign Secured.
  • Funds FDIC insured.
  • Controlled access: our servers are in high-security locked facility with biometric access controls.. We have guards and video surveillance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. To enter the facility, employees must have an ID card, a PIN, and a full hand scan on file. All Bill.com employees go through a background check.
  • Privacy: we have worked with TRUSTe to make sure that we also provide industry-leading privacy for your data.

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