Re: We're only in april...
Denmark or any other place won't eventually suffer something similar.
Denmark DID. The "IT provider of last resort" as we call it, CSC, was hacked. The hackers had full access to things like the CPR registry, the motor vehicle registry, the criminal records database.
During the case it became obvious that CSC / "the authorities" in reality have no backups and no change controls - this despite hosting all in an IBM mainframe environment - the prosecution argued that it was not possible to determine if anything had been changed in the records.
The court case was a farce in general, the defence and the prosecution had no access to raw data (the alleged hackers disk drive) and the prosecution did not "get" the concept of a laptop being a server.
The IT skills on display were dire indeed, probably one of many reasons why we have one large IT project after another cratering with great fanfare, yet keep launching them.
The Danish sites have better details: