Red Teaming tactics originated in the military. It involves individuals tasked with thinking like the enemy to uncover blind spots, vulnerabilities, and potential threats that may not be apparent to those entrenched in their perspectives and ways of thinking.
By adopting an adversarial mindset, red teams help organizations, including the military, to test their strategies, assumptions, and defenses against a thinking and adaptive adversary.
Now, let’s take a step back from the battlefield and consider our daily lives. We all face big and small decisions that shape our lives and determine our future.
It could be choosing a career path, deciding on a place to live, or even figuring out how to handle a tricky situation at work or home. Wouldn’t it be valuable if we could apply the same Red Teaming tactics to make better decisions and prepare for the unexpected in our everyday lives?