If you're on a Dropbox Business team, most security controls you use with your Dropbox account are available when you use Dropbox Paper. However, some options are currently unavailable for Paper.
Dropbox customers can sign business associate agreements (BAAs) in order to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). Paper is not HIPAA-compliant, and Dropbox Business customers who have signed a BAA can’t use Paper.
Note: Dropbox doesn't currently offer HIPAA/HITECH support for Dropbox Paper. Learn more about compliance and Dropbox Business.
Device approvals is a security and access feature for Dropbox Business and Enterprise teams. With device approvals, admins can manage the devices that team members use to access their Dropbox Business accounts. The Dropbox Paper mobile app is not included in device approvals.
Enterprise mobility management
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) helps Dropbox Enterprise teams to manage mobile device usage on company apps, networks, and devices. The Dropbox Paper mobile app is not manageable by EMM.
Network control is a security and access feature available to Dropbox Enterprise teams. With this feature, IT admins can manage which Dropbox accounts can be used on their corporate network. Dropbox Paper is not currently managed through network control.