AppSheet offers information security safeguards and processes for its platform.
Data Center Security
AppSheet is hosted on Microsoft Azure which supports every major security and privacy standard including ISO 27001, FedRamp, SOC1 and SOC2, as well as country-specific standards like IRAP.
The SOC 2 Type 1 report highlights AppSheet control environment for security, availability, and confidentiality. To access the SOC 2 report, submit an inquiry here.
The data that your applications collect and use resides in the application owner's third-party storage provider (e.g., Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive etc.) and are subject to the data provider's control environment. Our service does not persist this data. However, in order to improve performance, we may temporarily cache data, images, and other files.
AppSheet is committed to privacy as both a core feature of our platform and an ongoing principle for user interactions and data.
AppSheet is an active participant in the Privacy Shield Framework. Our commitment covers HR and non-HR data in the EU, Switzerland, and United States.
Visit our GDPR Compliance page to learn more.
The AppSheet platform supports governance features that allow administrators to effectively manage the creation, usage, and deployment of applications handling sensitive data.
App creators can setup domain-specific authentication by leveraging popular authentication solutions including Google Drive, Azure Active Directory, Dropbox, Box, Smartsheet, AWS Cognito, OpenID, and Okta.
With an upgraded business plan, administrators on the AppSheet platform can easily monitor app usage and set governance policies for individual teams or the whole company.
AppSheet is committed to being transparent about service downtime and any issues that may be affecting our platform’s performance. Any relevant announcements will always be posted on our Community page.
How to report an issue
If you experience any security-related issues, please reach our technical team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AppSheet uses open source libraries, the list of libraries and licenses can be found here.
Last updated January 10, 2020