DKCERT

Media relations

DKCERT is happy to spread knowledge about information security, threats, and methods for protection. Only Henrik Larsen, manager of DKCERT, makes public statements.

Contact information

Manager of DKCERT and WAYF, Henrik Larsen
henrik.larsen@cert.dk
Phone +45 93 51 11 00

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History

One of the first hacker cases in Denmark led to the creation of DKCERT: the attack by Jub Jub Bird and Sprocket.

Armed with a couple of Amiga computers and a PC, these two young men hacked into the network of UNI-C in 1989. UNI-C was the national IT centre for research and education and operated a national Ethernet-based network.

The hackers used modems to call computers at UNI-C. By guessing passwords they managed to get access to the network and its computers.

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Trend reports

DKCERT Trendrapport 2018Every spring DKCERT publishes a trend report summarizing the main security trends of the previous year. The reports are in Danish.

All reports are in the PDF format.

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Partners

Authorized to Use CERT(TM) CERT is a mark owned by Carnegie Mellon University
DKCERT has been authorized by the CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University to use the CERT brand.
DKCERT is a full member of FIRST (Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams).
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Contact

E-mail is the preferred method of communication of DKCERT. Please direct your messages to:

DKCERT uses PGP for encrypted e-mail services.You may find our public key here:

Address for visitors

DKCERT, DeiC
DTU, Asmussens Allé building 305
DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Denmark

Phone +45 35 88 82 55 - weekdays 9am-4pm (Friday 9am-2pm)

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About DKCERT

Vision

DKCERT is driven by the vision of creating value for the research and education sector by promoting information security. This goal is pursued through the publication of information about information security in collaboration with public and private sector organizations, the research and education sector, and international partners.

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