Dropbox Business includes tools for admins and end users to further protect their accounts and data.
Learn more about the Dropbox Business tools and features that give administrators control and visibility.
We also provide users with tools that, in conjunction with their businesses’ own security policies, help protect their accounts and keep important work data private:
By creating strong, unique passwords for each website, app, and other online accounts — and guarding them closely — you’ll help keep your Dropbox and other accounts safe.
This is an optional — but highly recommended — security feature that adds an extra layer of protection to your account. Once two-step verification is enabled, Dropbox will require your password and a six-digit security code sent via text message or a separate authentication app when signing in or linking a new device.
From the Security page, you can easily monitor linked devices, active web sessions, and third-party apps with access to your account. Something doesn’t look right? You can cut off access to any with a click.
From the Events page, up-to-date account activity information is available for shared folders and active sharing links, along with a running log of individual file and folder edits, additions, and deletions. From the Profile page, you can also opt to receive notifications whenever a new device or app is linked to your account.