Here is a great post by Richard able, on the concept of using OODA loop in Intrusion Detection and Response.

I have included some interesting lines here:

It is not absolute speed that counts; it is the relative tempo or a variety in rhythm that counts. Changing OODA speed becomes part of denying a pattern to be recognized…

The way to play the game of interaction and isolation is [for our side] to spontaneously generate new mental images that match up with an unfolding world of uncertainty and change…

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