| 1. Mitigation is steps taken to prevent, minimize, limit or avoid the negative impact of a cyber security attack, an virus infection or pandemic outbreak.
2. Limitation of any negative consequence of a particular incident.
Source: (Source: ISO 22399:2007 – Societal Security - Guideline for Incident Preparedness and Operational Continuity Management) - clause 3.17
3. Limitation of any negative consequence of a particular event.
Source: (Source: ENISA - the European Network and Information Security Agency. BCM & Resilience Glossary)
4. Mitigation is the effort to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters. In order for mitigation to be effective we need to take action now—before the next disaster—to reduce human and financial consequences later (analyzing risk, reducing risk, and insuring against risk). It is important to know that disasters can happen at any time and any place and if we are not prepared, consequences can be fatal.
Source: (FEMA, 2015)
5. Mitigation means reducing risk of loss from the occurrence of any undesirable event.
Source: (Economic Times, 2017)