Are you a state authority and must install DNSSEC on all associated domain names as of January 2020?
It is quite easy to get DNSSEC on your domain names. Simply contact your name server manager / domain name provider and ask them to enable DNSSEC for your domain name.
Forgot who your name server manager is? By looking up the domain name in our whois database, you will be able to contact the name server manager via a contact form. Find information about the .dk domain name here.
We recommend that you let your name server manager manage DNSSEC, but if you wish to, you can manage DNSSEC by yourself, through our self-service. It simply requires that you have DNSSEC enabled on your domain name through your name server manager.
DNSSEC is a good idea for everyone
Not only state authorities should consider DNSSEC. It is a great idea for all registrants of domain names to increase security by installing DNSSEC. The guide above applies to everyone.
DNSSEC is a security service available in the DNS (Domain Name System). The service was developed to prevent hackers from modifying the name server process (DNS) and taking control of a domain name. Read more
To date, just over 17% of all .dk domain names are secured with DNSSEC. See statistics here