red teaming
 n.— «This brainstorming process is called “red teaming” and involves using experts from within government as well as the private sector to devise terrorist scenarios. In some cases, undercover officials then test to see if the DHS policies in place can actually handle the tactics. Given the sensitive nature of the plots, few program details are available to the public.» —“Appropriators Show Support for DHS’ ‘Red Team’ Scenarios” by Eileen Sullivan June 13, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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