lorax - 12:22 pm on Nov 6, 2011 (gmt 0)
SSL has nothing to do with storage of data. It only wraps the data transmission. Once the data get's where it's going, it has to be protected by other means.
You'll need to check the specifics of the SSL providers you're interested in. I suspect there are commonalities but they are likely to be different in some of the details.