Thanks for your response. I’ve read that. It seems wordy to me, yet vague. Here’s a brief snippet from Airtable. While some of Josh’s post is similar, it’s not as specific.
Airtable’s data is encrypted both when it is sent to and from our servers, as well as when it is at rest. To protect your content in transit, Airtable uses 256-bit SSL/TLS encryption. At rest, Airtable content is protected using 256-bit AES encryption.
Airtable’s production data is regularly backed up to a separate, isolated location and all backups are encrypted. You also have the option to manually back up your bases by exporting individual tables as CSV files or by retrieving your data via the Airtable API.
I’m trying to convince my client that Bubble is just as secure, but I can’t do that from Josh’s lengthy post.