The Danish National Strategy for Cyber and Information Security
The Danish Government’s National Strategy for Cyber and Information Security 2022-2024 has been adopted to help enhance technological resilience; secure the protection of critical government ICT systems; and improve the knowledge and skills of residents, businesses, and authorities.
Denmark is one of the world’s leading countries when it comes to the digital transition of society. Daily life in Denmark is digital, whether in people’s private life, work, or their interactions with the Danish public sector.
The National Strategy for Cyber and Information Security 2022-2024 focuses on ensuring secure ICT operations in government and critical infrastructure, as well as equipping citizens and businesses with the tools and skills to navigate the digital sphere safely. Domestic and international cyber threats demand a joint effort to protect Denmark from malicious cybercrime and cyber espionage. The strategy will strengthen existing efforts with a number of initiatives that will tie them together. To implement the strategy, the government has allocated a total of DKK 270 million (EUR 36 million) to 34 initiatives running from 2022 until 2024 to equip Denmark to keep cyber threats at bay – also in future.