Beyond Red Teaming

The real trick is to see and learn how the system and your adversaries might unfold jointly, reciprocally. You must understand the system better than your adversaries if you want to avoid getting burned. Your mental model must be the best of them all.

The Seen and the Unseen

The seen distracts from the unseen, leading us to overlook the latter. This is doubly true when the seen demands immediate attention. Re-balancing our perspective can help us address the deeper issues that cause problems to persist.

A Hearty Welcome!

In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, authors such as James Gleick, Mitchell Waldrop, Peter Senge, and Kevin Kelley introduced us to the surprising world of complexity and dynamic systems.

A Cautionary Foreword

Many years ago, a grand nation—flush with victory—explained its victory with theory, and used the theory to explain many imagined future victories. When the future finally arrived, it was far less grand and much more costly than expected.