The increasing use of information and communication technology in modern societies has transformed the way we live, work, and interact with one another. Digital value chains underpinned by communication networks have become an integral part of modern society, providing access to resources and knowledge like never before. Despite the benefits of these systems, there is a potential for exploitation and associated risks to national security. The current geopolitical climate is marked by increased uncertainty, with democratic values being challenged and tensions between major powers persisting. Against this backdrop, the Norwegian government has called for preparedness against threats to critical infrastructure. The Norwegian Communication Authority has been assigned the responsibility of overseeing and safeguarding communication networks and I have been privileged to conduct my bachelor’s project within this agency. This project relies on data from among others sensor stations to detect radio frequency interference such as radio jamming. We have developed an application that utilises data analysis and visualisation methods to form a situational picture that shall differentiate the states of incidents varying from a “normal state” to a more “critical condition”. This project could provide valuable insights and help safeguard against potential disruptions on critical infrastructure.