"It often takes a crisis for red teaming to be considered and building an ark when it has been raining for 39 days won’t protect you against the flood. For example, the FAA created their red team in response to the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie in 1988. For the next 10 years, this group conducted undercover simulated threats to enhance aviation security systems. Then complacency crept in. Red team warnings were ignored in the late ‘90s and early 2000s and were ultimately considered a contributing factor to 9/11. This in turn gave rise to red teaming programmes, including the CIA and NYPD, in the fight against terrorism. Failure sparks change, and sport is no different."
--Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men