Go ahead, sleep well at night. We’ve got your back.

Protecting your data and enabling privacy compliance is our top priority.

Driven by new regulatory requirements and high profile security breaches, the demands on our industry and expectation from our customers are increasing constantly. “Private and secure by design” is a guiding principle of our software development lifecycle. With RelocationOnline as your technology parter you will meet many aspects of your own security and compliance needs. 

Our platform is robust and secure. RelocationOnline has numerous international customers, and has relocated employees in 20 countries and over 200 cities. Our customers use our platform and have confidence in our standards and industry-leading security practices.

The RelocationOnline platform is deployed using a fault tolerant combination of Heroku, Amazon Web Services (AWS). We use only secure data centers based on AWS technology.

Certified hosting environment

As a cloud-based service we work with trusted partners to provide the most secure and reliable server and data center solutions. Our service is hosted on Heroku (a salesforce.com company) and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Heroku's physical infrastructure itself is hosted and managed on AWS. That means you benefit from the protection provided by AWS which includes these accreditations:

  • ISO 27001
  • SOC 1 and SOC 2/SSAE 16/ISAE 3402
  • PCI Level 1
  • FISMA Moderate
  • Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)


All data transfer between our clients and our servers is encrypted with SSL technology. Conform ISO 27001 standards, we maintain a strict data classification system to separate personal information in our databases. For further protection, the most sensitive personal data is encrypted at rest.


Serving clients in more than 20 countries, we are obligated to adhere to various international data privacy regulations. This obligation extends to our partners, with whom we have the required data protection agreements in place. Both RelocationOnline and our partners will comply with the upcoming European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).