red-celling
 n.— «To help companies prepare for such scenarios, Martin recommends a process known as red-celling. By gathering together key employees and setting them the task of working out how they would go about attacking the company, organisations can quickly build a picture of their main vulnerabilities and how to guard against them.» —“War and business” by Iain S. Bruce Sunday Herald (Scotland) Nov. 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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