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The Five Most Popular RTJ Posts

We recently compiled lists of the most popular Red Team Journal posts of the past quarter and the past year. We were somewhat surprised by the results. (Note that the lists do not include permanent pages such as “About” and “The Rules of Red Teaming,” only the blog posts.) If you missed one or more of these along the way, now’s your chance to catch up.

The top five posts of the past quarter:

  1. See It Like Jones Would: Trust and Time”: The R. V. Jones series continues to be one of our most popular.
  2. The Red Teamer’s Bookshelf (2013 Edition)”: Stay out of trouble; read a book.
  3. New to Red Teaming? Start Here …”: A lot of our visitors must be new to red teaming.
  4. The Red Teamer’s Bookshelf (2009)”: The high rank of this older post surprised us a bit.
  5. Five Reasons You Should Red Team Your Red Team”: A new favorite.

The top five posts of the past year:

  1. “See It Like Jones Would: Trust and Time”: See link above.
  2. “New to Red Teaming? Start Here …”: See link above.
  3. “The Red Teamer’s Bookshelf (2009)”: See link above.
  4. How to Reframe a Problem Using a Duncker Diagram”: This one is a perennial favorite, but we didn’t think it would rank this high.
  5. Red Teaming: A Balanced View”: Is red teaming a silver bullet for all your decision problems? No.
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