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The Danish security intelligence service will get free access to the companies

An attempt voluntarily to get Danish companies to let the Centre for Cyber security to monitor their data traffic is failed.

According to the newspaper Politiken on Wednesday winder case, only has 26 companies have joined the scheme, where the center - which is part of the Danish Defence Intelligence service - can mount equipment to round the clock at the firms to monitor their data systems.

It is malware attacks such as this from 'WannyCry', the government now will try to stop by to let the intelligence community listen in on data traffic at a number of companies. Photo: Mark Schiefelbein/Ritzau Scanpix

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Therefore, the government will now make it law, that all companies, as the secret service will have access to, provide access. And the companies are not given the opportunity to challenge the decision in court if they disagree with it.

the Bill meetings also criticism for being too broad and intangible.

- What does it mean that one can order anyone to be connected, who applies it and in what extent, the sounds of some of the issues according to the Politiken from Kim Stensdal, who is head of communication and knowledge in IT.

Defence minister Claus Hjort Fredriksen has no understanding of the criticism, he bill now meetings. Photo: Jens Dresling/Ritzau Scanpix

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Also the chairman of the Council of Digital Security are critical of where the data goes.

- To Center for Cyber security - yes, but away it is a black box.

Defence minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen (V), however, rejects the criticism as 'pure conspiracy'. The only purpose of the monitoring is to help companies protect themselves against hackers and foreign states, he promises.

perhaps they will prefer to foreign states, fiddling around inside their systems?

- It would be a curious choice that one will not shut down the authority, which must protect against attacks, the minister says to Politiken.

In the first place are the six types of sectors that can expect the intelligence interest, namely healthcare, communication, transport, shipping, finance and telesektoret. But several sectors can be added later, informs the secretary of defense.

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