Digital EU GDPR Training package now available

As we know all companies that are collecting and processing personal data need to fulfill and act according to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) requirements by May 25, 2018.

Arcusys and Nixu are collaborating to help companies to adapt to the new GDPR requirements. Together the companies offer an engaging and efficient digital GDPR training that covers new regulatory requirements and allows admins to verify that staff has been trained successfully; avoiding any risks of GDPR violations.

Read more on how we can help you to engage your employees to the GDPR requirements: 

Digital GDPR training

About Arcusys
Arcusys is an internationally growing IT company that specialises in the digitalisation of learning. The company was listed in Gartner's 2016 Market Guide for Corporate Learning Suites as a Representative Vendor of the product Valamis.

About Nixu
Nixu is the leading expert in information security consulting in the Nordic countries, helping to make sure registrars gain needed knowledge. Nixu can create training content that is ideal for the beginning of a broader privacy project or company-specific training. The goal is to have an easy and effective way to familiarise yourself with the requirements of the entire staff privacy policy, so the staff knows what to talk about and how to work in different roles.

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