FBI Charlotte And Microsoft Security Camp 2014 With STEM Students

The FBI Infragard chapter in Charlotte held a five day security camp for STEM  high school students on physical and cyber security. Marc Tobias and Tobias Bluzmanis did the first day class in locks and safes and how they work. The students analyze gun safes and handcuffs and other locks, and were able to remove a set of handcuffs from Marc Tobias in about fifteen minutes, using a shim wire. They also figured out how to open Stack-On gun safes that were the subject of a class action lawsuit in 2012, and which could be opened easily by kids. The rest of the week involved cyber security issues that were particularly relevant to high school students.