Yes. On May 18 2022, the Center for Cyber Security (CFCS) raised the threat level for cyber activism against Denmark from low to medium. This is a change in the level of threats compared to recent years.
The change comes in the wake of recent pro-Russian cyber-activist attacks on European NATO countries.
In the initial phase after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, cyber-activist attacks mainly targeted Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
Cyber activists have lately hit targets in Western European NATO countries. The increased level of activity of the pro-Russian cyber-activist groups also increases the threat of cyber-activist attacks against Denmark.
CFCS raises the threat level on the basis of the threat from actors whose motivation to hit Denmark with cyber attacks is driven by the current war in Ukraine.
You can read the entire assessment in Danish here (cfcs.dk)
On the other hand, the threat level for cyber espionage against the telecommunications sector has been lowered from high to medium, which means that CFCS assesses that the Danish telecommunications sector is not a high-priority attack target at present.
Read the full assessment in danish here:
New threat assessment: The cyber threat against the telecommunications sector in Denmark (cfcs.dk)