Our professional protectors (defense, intelligence, etc) stress "anticipation" of plausible threats. Laudable. But this mind set exposes unseen gaps in preparing to withstand unexpected dangers. We must anticipate in order to detect and deter -- particularly for non-traditional foes and failure modes. Most foes share one weakness: a near-mortal allergy to accountability and light. Our most powerful tools for dealing with an uncertain future: anticipation and resiliency.