About The Designers

LockPicking Lawyer

The Lock Picking Lawyer is one of the most well-known names in the world of lock picking and covert entry. He is best known for his extremely popular, eponymous YouTube channel. This channel features over 1,000 videos exposing weaknesses and defects found in locking devices so that consumers can make better security decisions. What’s less well-known is that he also works with lock manufacturers to improve their products, private companies to improve their security, tool-makers to improve their products, and government agencies. As his name suggests, the Lock Picking Lawyer was a business litigator for nearly 15 years, but recently retired from practicing law to devote all of his time to security work.


Robert Pingor

Robert is a nationally known Special Operations and Intelligence Community Red Team Instructor. He possesses extensive training experience in both the government and private sectors. Robert has instructed for the Department of Defense, State Department, National Security Agency, CIA, FBI, United States Air Force, the United States Military Academy at West Point, the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, the National Defense University, the Sig Sauer Academy and countless local law enforcement agencies. Additionally, he regularly conducts trainings for Black Hat, the SANS Institute, and other technical conferences.

Outside of work Robert adventures with his wife and volunteers his time at police academies training Police Cadets and K-9's.

 


Not So Civil Engineer

The Not So Civil Engineer is an up-and-coming professional within the security industry. Having been classically trained as an engineer, he possesses both a technical know-how as well as a design-oriented mind which he uses to develop new solutions and discover vulnerabilities within the security industry. He also hosts a YouTube channel dedicated to the field of covert entry from red team engagements and social engineering, to open-source intelligence gathering (OSINT) and RFID hacking.