Our Commitment to Data Privacy, Information Security, and GDPR Compliance

Zensai/EFI has implemented the necessary processes to keep client and partner data safe, secure, and in accordance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


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GDPR: An Overview

Adopted in 2016 and enforced in May 2018, The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of legislations that detail how companies should securely process the personal data of clients and subjects.

GDPR provides a framework of responsibilities and requirements for organizations to secure the privacy and protection of personal data, as well as dictates how organizations can safely provide data holders with certain rights. This also includes clearly showcasing how client data is used and stored through appropriate data accounting and management.

These regulations can carry with them heavy fines for any organizations that do not adhere to these data handling responsibilities and measures. Some of these required measures pertain to:

  • Data transfers
  • Data Protection Impact Assessment
  • Consent
  • Personal data breaches
  • Limitation of data, purpose and storage
  • Lawful, fair and transparent data processing
  • Privacy by design

The documentation covering GDPR can be dense and intimidating at first, but what is important to know is how organizations, like Zensai/EFI, are putting these mandated practices and processes into action.


Zensai/EFI's GDPR Compliance Statement

Zensai/EFI has implemented the appropriate technical and security processes to ensure our compliance with the GDPR obligations and our clients’ data safety.

All information provided to Zensai/EFI directly or via our learning management platform, LMS365, is kept confidential, secured, and protected in alignment with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Danish act on supplementary provisions.

You can find more details on how Zensai/EFI protects you and your data through the Zensai/EFI Data Processor Agreement which states our commitment, as the data processor, to stay compliant with the applicable data protection and privacy legislation.

If you are a customer or partner of Zensai/EFI and would like to have a signed copy of the Zensai/EFI Data Processor Agreement, please contact your account manager or email us at dataprotection@zensai.com

To help LMS365 customers meet their GDPR obligations with regards to the usage of LMS365, we also provide this guidance on the LMS365 Help Center: Recommended practice regarding the use of personal data of employees in LMS365.


How Zensai/EFI keeps your Data Protected

Some of the steps we have taken in dedication to this data security intention include:

  • Encryption of personal data

  • Backup and disaster recovery

  • Ability to ensure ongoing confidentiality, integrity, availability, and resilience of the IT infrastructure and environment

  • Information Security Awareness training program for all staff, including yearly refresher training

  • Regular testing and evaluation of the effectiveness of our measures

  • Incorporating extra level of personal security with transparent Microsoft Azure data centers

Additionally, Zensai/EFI commits to only partnering with other companies and subcontractors that operate in accordance with GDPR regulations and standards of data protection. 

To get a detailed overview of how we collect and process your personal data, please consult with our Privacy Policy.

Find more information on how we keep LMS365 data secure with the help of Microsoft Azure SQL


Helping Organizations Stay Secure with LMS365

Zensai/EFI is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all; our clients, our partners, and their organizations as well. We exercise this commitment through our own secured operations as well as through our product, LMS365, which helps companies deliver quality, security, and compliance training to their workforce.


If you have any questions relating to Zensai/EFI's compliance with GDPR, please email us at dataprotection@elearningforce.com.


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