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In the context of resilience adversity can include an encounter with a threat or an internal disruption such as human error.
  
  
 
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a condition that may degrade the desired capability of a system. Brtis (2016)

Source

Brtis, John. 2016. How to Think About Resilience in a DoD Context. Colorado Springs, CO: MITRE Corporation.

Discussion

In the context of resilience adversity can include an encounter with a threat or an internal disruption such as human error.

SEBoK v. 2.1, released 31 October 2019