(Askeri) FELAKET ÖNLEME TEDBİRLERİ: Hasar ihtimalini azaltmak, tesirlerini asgari hale indirmek ve kurtarma işlemine girişmek üzere; düşman taarruzundan, tabii afetler veya insan eli ile sebebiyet verilmiş felaketlerden önce, devamı sırasında veya sonra alınmış tedbirler. Bak. "area damage control" ve "damage control"
(Askeri) BÜYÜK AFET, FELAKET: Sebep olduğu hasar, meşahhat veya ıstırabın hafifletilmesinde, devlet ve mahalli hükümetlerin gayretlerini ve mevcut kaynaklarını bütünlemek için, federal hükümetin felaket yardımı (disaster assistance) yapmasını gerektirecek önemde ve çapta olduğu veya olabileceği, C. Başkanı tarafından kararlaştırılmış, su baskını, yangın, şiddetli kasırga veya diğer bir afet. Ayrıca bak. "Domestic emergency"
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune; "the whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity"; "the earthquake was a disaster"
A condition in which an information resource is unavailable, as a result of a natural or man-made occurrence, that is of sufficient duration to cause significant disruption in the accomplishment of agency program objectives, as determined by agency management
Situations which cause massive loss of life or economic damage Natural disasters include droughts, earthquakes and floods
(1) An act of nature or an act of man which is or threatens to be of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant emergency assistance (2) A disruption of the human ecology which the affected community cannot absorb with its own resources
a manifestation of an interaction between extreme physical or natural phenomena and a vulnerable human group that results in general disruption and destruction, loss of life and livelihood and injury (Tilling, Volcanic Hazards, fig 1 1, p 3)
a state of extreme (usually irremediable) ruin and misfortune; "lack of funds has resulted in a catastrophe for our school system"; "his policies were a disaster"
An unpropitious or baleful aspect of a planet or star; malevolent influence of a heavenly body; hence, an ill portent
Some condition that brings down all NET Passport network servers (for example, a large-scale power failure) Such a disaster might prevent access to certain parts of your site or strand users at a "404" page when they are trying to reach the Login server You may wish to switch Passport Manager to stand-alone mode in case of such a disaster
If you say that something is a recipe for disaster, you mean that it is very likely to have unpleasant consequences
any incident or event (e g , fire, earthquake, tornado, terrorism) that results in a major (multi-day) interruption of operations at one or more contact or data centers
A calamity caused by accident, fire, explosion, or technical failure, or by the forces of nature that has resulted in serious harm to the health, safety or welfare of people, or in widespread damage to property (as defined in the Emergency Program Act)
A lip trick where one gets "hung up" on the coping, most often with the board perpendicular to the coping
A disaster is a very bad accident such as an earthquake or a plane crash, especially one in which a lot of people are killed. It was the second air disaster in the region in less than two months = tragedy
Any real or anticipated occurrence which endangers the lies, safety, welfare and well-being of some or all of the people and cannot be brought under control by the use of all regular Municipal Government services and resources
Disaster is something which has very bad consequences for you. The government brought itself to the brink of fiscal disaster = catastrophe
A halfpipe lip trick where one lands with the coping perpendicular to the snowboard Originated in skateboarding when skaters would land on the coping and allow their skateboard trucks (axle) to hang-up With no trucks it's really not a disaster, but we'll call it that anyway
An unforeseen and often sudden event that causes great damage, destruction and human suffering Though often caused by nature, disasters can have human origins Wars and civil disturbances that destroy homelands and displace people are included among the causes of disasters Other causes can be: building collapse, blizzard, drought, epidemic, earthquake, explosion, fire, flood, hazardous material or transportation incident (such as a chemical spill), hurricane, nuclear incident, tornado, or volcano FEMA: Disaster Assistance Programs
Some condition that brings down all Passport network servers at a domain authority (for example, a large-scale power failure) Such a disaster might prevent access to certain parts of your site or strand users at a "404" page when they are trying to reach the Login server You may wish to switch Passport Manager to stand-alone mode in case of such a disaster
Generally associated with grinding You do a disaster when you jump high (possibly doing a grab), land and grind
emphasis If you refer to something as a disaster, you are emphasizing that you think it is extremely bad or unacceptable. The whole production was just a disaster! = catastrophe
An unexpected occurance inflicting widespread destruction and distress and having long-term adverse effects on agency operations Each agency defines what a long-term adverse effect is in relation to its most critical program
If you describe a place, person, or situation as a disaster area, you mean that they are in a state of great disorder or failure. He's a nice old rascal but a disaster area as a politician. An area that officially qualifies for emergency governmental aid as a result of a catastrophe, such as an earthquake or flood
Floods, earthquakes, and fires have a tendency to destroy buildings and computer rooms The system administrator needs to have a backup AWAY from the building to make sure the data is safe and that the company can recover from the disaster
The process whereby an enterprise would restore any loss of data in the event of fire, vandalism, natural disaster, or system failure (CPRI, 1996c, as cited in HISB, DRAFT GLOSSARY OF TERMS RELATED TO INFORMATION SECURITY IN HEALTH CARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS draft Glossary of Terms Related to Information Security in Health Care Information Systems) Part of physical access controls (limited access) on the matrix
Describes how an organization is to deal with potential disasters Just as a disaster is an event that makes the continuation of normal functions impossible, a disaster recovery plan consists of the precautions taken so that the effects of a disaster will be minimized, and the organization will be able to either maintain or quickly resume mission-critical functions Typically, disaster recovery planning involves an analysis of business processes and continuity needs; it may also include a significant focus on disaster prevention
The plans, procedures, and contingencies that enable your company or support organization to set up, reconfigure, and continue to work after a disaster or during a work disruption such as a power outage
A disaster recovery is a response to a declared disaster or a regional disaster It is the restoration or recovery of an entire Agent computer As part of a disaster recovery, the Agent computer is rebuilt, operating system installed, and then the Agent software installed The computer's data is then restored from a Network Attached Storage device The media is delivered to the client at their normal site of operations or a designated alternate site See also Network Attached Storage device, restore
The ability of an application or application environment to be restored to a point of integrity in the event of an unforeseen system hardware or software failure The system failure may be caused by an external event such as a storm, earthquake, power failure, etc , or an internal mechanical breakdown Disaster recovery techniques require that periodic checkpoints (backups) be established from which the application or environment could be restored with full system and data integrity
the death of 39 people at a football ground in Belgium in 1985, which happened when English football supporters started fights and caused a wall to fall down. Because of this, English teams were not allowed to play in European competitions for several years
Explosion of the dirigible Hindenburg, the largest rigid airship ever constructed. Launched in 1936 in Germany, it started the first commercial air service across the North Atlantic and made 10 successful round trips. On May 6, 1937, as it was landing in Lakehurst, N.J., U.S., its hydrogen gas burst into flames, destroying the airship and killing 36 of the 97 persons aboard. The disaster, recorded on film and phonograph disk, effectively ended the use of rigid airships in commercial transportation
[ di-zas-t&r, -sas- ] (noun.) 1591. From Italian disastro, disaster; originally meaning "unfavourable to one's stars", from dis-, bad (compare dys-), + astro, star, celestial body, from Latin astrum, from Greek astron.
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