An Operational Recovery Framework for Cyber Resilience

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Explore various use cases for cyber recovery operational framework and how it can be applied to support an organization’s cyber strategy.

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Cyber security underpins a nation’s economic wellbeing by providing an enabling environment that allows high value-bearing business transactions and welfare services to be conducted in a safe and secure manner. Through cyber security essential citizens services ranging from benefits, social welfare and healthcare services, online banking, to critical national infrastructures (CNI), such as water, gas and electricity are protected. It is therefore inconceivable to imagine how modern society could operate in the digital world without cybersecurity.

Unfortunately, no matter how diligent our endeavours are at protecting critical national and essential business services, they may still be susceptible to certain types of cyber threats, and the fact that cyber incidents cannot be totally unavoidable makes cyber recovery and resilience invaluable. With this realisation, we have developed a cyber recovery operational framework to help industry, academia, and government in their cyber resilience journey, providing them the guardrails to succeed in their investment.

In this talk, we will explain our cyber recovery operational framework. Further, we will discuss the various use cases for the framework and describe how it can be applied to support an organisation’s cyber strategy, academic research, and governmental recovery capability roadmap.

The framework is available here ‘free for public use and open source’. It is currently in public preview, and also in use by some stakeholders.


Dr. Cyril Onwubiko

Director, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Cyber Security | Research Series Limited

Dr. Cyril Onwubiko is Director, Enterprise Security Architecture at Pearson Plc. He is also Director, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain & Cyber Security at Research Series Limited, where he directs strategy and governance in AI, Blockchain & Cyber Security. Prior to Research Series, he had worked in the Financial Services, Telecommunication, Health, Government and Public Services Sectors. He is a leading scholar in Cyber Situational Awareness (CyberSA), Cyber Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Data Fusion, and Cyber Security Operations Centres (SOCs). His work in AI, especially Machine Learning for Cyber Security demonstrates an ability to converge multiple applications of AI across business units (in many domains e.g. NLP, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Data Science etc.), and applying these models to solve real world problems.

He holds a PhD in Computer Network Security from Kingston University, London, UK; MSc in Internet Engineering, and BSc, first class honours, in Computer Science & Mathematics. His research interests are in the areas of Cyber Security, Situational Awareness, Cyber-Threat Intelligence, Security Operations Centre, Blockchain & AI.

He has authored several books including "Security Framework for Attack Detection in Computer Networks" and "Concepts in Numerical Methods." He co-edited the book on "Situational Awareness in Computer Network Defense: Principles, Methods & Applications". He is the editor of the Cyber Science series, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal on Cyber Situational Awareness. Cyril has authored several book chapters and has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles in leading and most prestigious academic journals and conferences.

Cyril is the founder of the Centre for Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Collaboration (C-MRiC), a not for profit and NGO dedicated to the advancement of outstanding research and innovation through collaboration, and dissemination of scientific and industrial contributions through seminars and publications (

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