Bill.com is designed with your privacy and security in mind, providing six categories of protection to help guard your money and sensitive information.
Bill.com helps protect against unauthorized access to your account by
- Enforcing a strong password policy
- Applying 2-Factor Authentication
- Sending login data over a secure channel
- Automatically logging out customers after a period of inactivity
- Educating our customers on the risks of business email compromise schemes
Reduce risks from check theft by paying vendors with digital payments or checks that are sent by Bill.com on your behalf, rather than keeping blank check stock on your premises and exposing your bank information on checks you send.
Bill.com applies Positive Pay to reduce the risk of check fraud; the bank matches the check issued with the check presented for payment.
Keep your bank account information private from vendors by making digital payments through the Bill.com account.
Bill.com uses security software, intrusion detection and prevention appliances, and network monitoring technology to prevent unauthorized electronic access to our servers.
Bill.com encrypts sensitive customer information in our database and applies protections from malicious applications.
Bill.com uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) and encryption to protect customer data during transit over the internet.
Bill.com replicates production data from the primary site to the co-location facility for disaster recovery scenarios.
Bill.com servers and network infrastructure are hosted at secure data center facilities managed by world-class certified data center providers.
All Bill.com employees undergo background checks and data security and privacy training.
Bill.com has a formal vendor management program to manage third-party risks.
Bill.com undergoes an annual SOC 1 and SOC 2 Type II Audit by a leading national CPA Firm.
Bill.com partners with a PCI certified vendor for virtual credit card payments.
Bill.com has adopted an Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Program, which is designed to prevent the Bill.com Service from being used for purposes of money laundering, terrorist financing, violating or subverting OFAC sanctions, or for other illegal purposes.