Does JotForm use encryption in its data centers in addition to the users encryption?

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    Asked on March 19, 2018 at 02:51 PM

    I know that SSL is used to encrypt data in transit and that I can encrypt data at rest using a key I supply. However if I encrypt at rest then some features don't work, e.g. export of data, which is key to me. 

    Is it correct that even if I don't encrypt at rest using my own key, then my data is encrypted at rest with a Jot Forms key? It would stop 3rd parties getting the data but some Jot Form employees could view thet data if they so choose?


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    Answered on March 19, 2018 at 04:00 PM

    No we do not encrypt the data on our servers. However, we take security very seriously. You can read about our security on this page: