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Benevis Case Study

With more than 150 dental offices in its network, Benevis must comply with HIPAA and PCI.

Learn how Benevis is using Apptega to:

  • Create and maintain a holistic cybersecurity and compliance program
  • Increase program visibility and identify (and address) all program gaps
  • Expand the scope of their cybersecurity program without adding manpower

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About Benevis
Customer Testimonial
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Evolving from Ad Hoc Compliance Projects to a Cohesive Program

Because Benevis operates in the healthcare industry, they have an obligation to protect personal health information (PHI) and personally identifiable information (PII).

Download the case study to learn how Benevis is using Apptega to move from disparate spreadsheets to a programmatic approach to cybersecurity and compliance.

About Benevis

About Benevis

Benevis, founded in 2002, provides non-clinical support services to dentist offices all over the U.S. The company aims to improve access to dentistry by providing the highest quality non-clinical practices services to some of the nation’s leading dental practices.

With more than 150 dental offices and more than 3,000 employees within the Benevis network, the company is focused on ensuring its clients always have the best clinical and customer experiences when visiting a Benevis-supported dental practice. 

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Customer Testimonial

What Our Customers Are Saying

“The pre-Apptega approach based on spreadsheets embodied significant overhead and
couldn’t reliably identify and address all the gaps. Now we manage cybersecurity effectiveness and compliance as a program,
where it’s continuous, and we’re able to make constant improvements and easily get the information and visibility we need.

At all times, we know exactly where we stand and where we need to go.”

- Will Alexander, CIO, Benevis

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