Figma is a powerful design and prototyping tool used by designers around the world. But one question that often arises is where Figma data is stored. The answer to this question is not as straightforward as it may seem.
Figma stores your data on secure cloud servers located in Amazon Web Services (AWS) regions across the globe. All of your data is encrypted at rest and in transit, and stored securely in AWS S3 buckets. This ensures that your data remains safe and secure no matter where you access it from.
In addition to storing your data on AWS, Figma also provides local storage options so that you can store your data on-premises if you prefer. With this feature, you can store your files locally instead of relying on cloud storage. This helps to ensure that your data remains secure, even if an internet connection isn’t available.
Figma also provides an audit log for each account so that admins can monitor user activity. This helps to ensure that only authorized users are accessing the account and making changes to the stored data.
Figma stores all of its user’s data securely in Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 buckets, which are located across multiple regions around the globe. Additionally, Figma also provides local storage options for those who prefer to keep their data on-premises as well as an audit log to monitor user activity.