On several occasions have Danish utilities been targets of cyber espionage similar to the one in 2015 which paralyzed most of the energy supply in Ukraine, says Thomas Lund-Sørensen, head of Centre for Cyber Security, a branch of DDIS, to Jyllands-Posten.
"We don't have clear examples of the telecommunication or energy supply in Denmark being paralyzed by hacker attacks. However, we do see indications of numerous initial stages of a destructive cyberattacks, namely spear phishing where outsiders check the vulnerabilities of a network," he says.
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