OneRail Completes SOC 2 Type 2 Certification for Security Operations Services

OneRail, a last mile delivery fulfillment SaaS platform, announced that it had completed the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 Certification.

A SOC 2 Type 2 is a technical audit that reports on the details of controls in the systems that a company uses to process data and describes the security and privacy of that data. It is specifically designed for service providers storing customer data in the cloud.

This certification provides independent validation that OneRail’s security measures align with the required Trust Services Principles and Criteria (TSC) set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

“At OneRail, our ethics along with our shared core values define who we are and whom we want to be,” says Julius Tubbs, Principal Cyber Security Engineer at OneRail. “We don’t do what’s minimally necessary because that’s the standard. We do what is in the best interest of our customers by going above and beyond. That’s who we are. That means holding ourselves to a world-class standard to deliver the best results possible as a trusted partner.”

OneRail is dedicated to providing the most stringent standards in its internal operations and data handling. Earning the SOC2 Type 2 certification represents the commitment OneRail provides to protecting its customers’ data and resources against unauthorized access.

About OneRail

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, OneRail is a leading enterprise-level delivery fulfillment company that streamlines final mile workflow to improve dependability, speed, and cost. Global brands from retail to healthcare to logistics optimize their supply chain with the SaaS platform’s fast, intuitive features: automated order creation, delivery route optimization, smart courier matching, and more. With 100% visibility, real-time connection to a network of 7.5 million drivers, and 24/7 USA-based logistics management, the 3-in-1 solution is available as a standalone platform or easily integrated with an existing TMS. To learn more about OneRail, visit