Facts about our security
- RoutingBox runs on Microsoft’s Azure cloud. Microsoft’s cloud is approved by the US government.
- We use two-phase authentication when logging into Routing Box. Not only do you need to know your username and password, like most systems, we ask for a company code. This is just more information a hacker would have to guess.
- Communication between the client software that runs at your office and our servers is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption.
- Communication between the mobile app and our servers is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption. In order to gain access to the mobile app, the driver must login using their pin.
- The app does not store any information on the phone. Once you leave any given screen, that information is forgotten and would have to be requested from the server each time you visit any given screen.
- The amount of information the app displays is confined to trips assigned to that particular driver and only for the current date. They cannot see any other trips.
Additional Security Tips
- We advise you create passwords are stronger.
- Certain length such as 6 to 8 characters, numbers, special characters, and use of uppercase and lower.
- Change passwords routinely. A good suggested example every 90 days.
- Do not share passwords. Create individual users and groups to set access for each employee and department type.
- Log off Routing Box when it is not in use and the end of your shift.