This is a very common question asked by many of our non-developer clients, who expect laypeople explanations.
Safe: against accidental data loss
Secure: against malicious attacks (causing e.g., data loss, data breach, etc.)
Sample answers for laypeople:
- PythonAnywhere (PA) is audited by certified cybersecurity experts who conduct various security tests to ensure safety and security of the platform
- PA is deployed on AWS, which is one of the leading cloud service providers with world-class security
- PA has 2 redundant database copies with backups performed twice a week and has never had a history of accidental data loss
- PA is owned by Anaconda, Inc which is.. [convincing statements]
- ...others as relevant
I hope these samples help to give an idea of what kind of answer they're expecting. How would you explain? Appreciate your advise.