@ Cat out of bag..
How on earth do you think security solutions are found in the first place??
They're not just going to go "Oh, its insecure, theres the flaws.... Bummer"
Whether social engineering is a risk or not - if you tighten the locks on the first door, it'll always take longer to reach the second.
You have to remember security isn't just about making sure some "hacker" can't compromise your network. The levels and varied factors in security are much more widespread that that initial risk.
You also have to remember, a good security specialist ain't going to give out his ever so precious information over a blonde hussie - I know I certainly wouldn't trust my networks with a ladies man with no concern about data integrity when compromised with money or other treats...Each to their own, but if thats who you're dealing with I suggest you re-consider your current contracts ;)
Positively - it's good to see Queens finally being put on the map, its a damn good Uni, with some incredibly talented students and staff. Its about time they were given an opportunity like this.
Plus, they have the most amazing cafes with the worlds cheapest full Irish breakfasts just round the corner, mmmm ^_^
..Stop, because you need to take a little time to think.