Digital Learning

Our Digital Learning is aimed at companies and institutions that want to train their team in the areas of data protection or IT security. It consists of six modules. The largest is the eLearning. However, there is also audio learning, an extensive collection of many terms relevant to the topic, targeted workshops, Q&A’s and the opportunity to take a social engineering test. So there is something for everyone. Have a look at our flyer.


Our e-learning platform offers many possibilities. Teams can be set up, administrators can be defined and tests can be taken. All modules were conceived, designed and implemented by us. There is a lot of heart and soul in it and you can see that. A very high-quality and individual possibility for the training of teams – the MORGENSTERN eLearning.


Audio Learning

Whether at the workplace, in the car, or in the evening on the sofa. Our audio learning content comes with you wherever you are. This gives you maximum flexibility in your training. Simply listen to the thematically extensive modules and improve your professional knowledge. This gives every team a new level of flexibility.


Digital Encyclopedia

With this tool, you can always deepen your professional knowledge. This extensive collection of terms plus the corresponding definitions help you to keep track of complex topics. A simple glance is all it takes to find the exact definition of important terms relating to the training topic in question.



Every industry has its own requirements. This results in issues that require special attention. To ensure that these topics can be dealt with in detail, we offer you the opportunity to hold regular workshops on specific fields as part of our digital learning program.



In everyday work, questions often arise that you can’t answer off the top of your head. Such questions probably also often arise in the areas of data protection or IT security. We provide answers to precisely these questions that arise in the Q&A’s, which are part of Digital Learning.

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Social Engineering Test

In order to check the learned knowledge, we still try to gain data and information in the follow-up to the successfully completed Digital Learning. We make inquiries via phone calls or mails. If we get data, the team should perhaps work through the learning again – if not, the measure was obviously successful!