29 April 2003: Marc Weber Tobias
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SECURITY SEMINAR SERIES
The talk will provide a summary of the security problems associated with bypass of locks and safes, and a primer of the basic locking mechanisms. A description of the process of breaking three different locks that are utilized in the hotel industry worldwide will also be provided. These case examples will demonstrate vulnerabilities and lack of proper security engineering by the manufacturers.
Marc Weber Tobias is an Investigative Attorney and polygraph examiner in the United States. He has written five law enforcement textbooks dealing with criminal law, security, and communications. Marc Tobias was employed for several years by the Office of Attorney General, State of South Dakota, as the Chief of the Organized Crime Unit. As such, he directed felony investigations involving frauds as well as violent crimes.
Mr. Tobias is the author of the 1400 page textbook and multimedia collection Locks, Safes, and Security: An International Police Reference. He consults on lock security and his law firm handles investigations for government and private clients.
slides (Powerpoint, 25 MB)