Security & Privacy
Security and Privacy
Yes, Route4Me is secure enough to protect customer information in your account. At Route4Me, we are strongly committed to protecting the security of your information and your right to privacy. Therefore, we are using the latest technologies and internet best practices to protect your customer information, tracking data, route details, and any other information associated with your account.
Route4Me Web Platform Customer Information Security
Route4Me’s Web Platform features numerous cutting-edge technologies and best practices that protect customer information in your account.
Additionally, for the most reliable data transfer, Route4Me uses a secure HTTPS enterprise-grade encryption key for encrypting all the data transmitted between our web servers and the client-side.
For more information about the security on our Web Platform, read the Route4Me IT Administrator’s Guide. In our IT guide, you can learn about user access, client configurations, transport-level security, etc.
Route4Me’s Mobile Apps Security
Route4Me’s Android Route Planner and iOS Route Planner apps also provide a high level of information security. Both apps are hosted on the most secure platforms in the world. Our mobile apps also support secure log-in options, data encryption, and other security best practices.
At the same time, we encourage you to follow the best internet security practices. Such practices include not sharing your password, using secure internet sources, using a secure web browser, etc.
Make sure that your download Route4Me’s mobile apps only from the respective official platforms:
- Download the Route4Me Android Route Planner from Google Play
- Download the Route4Me iOS Route Planner from the Apple App Store
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Yes, Route4Me adheres to the service level agreement (SLA), always trying to provide the best possible route planning and optimization experience to our customers.
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