Clearly IT departments need to pay close attention to physical security of many kinds, including lock picking. As has been explained here over and over, when your attacker has physical access to your hardware, nearly all bets are off. There is no other place on SE to discuss physical security, and there shouldn't be, because this site brings together the experts that have the right mindset for dealing with technology in the presence of attacks. In fact, I think that is the essential aspect that distinguishes this site from the others, along with the orientation towards risk and threat analysis.
If you think otherwise, where would you draw the line?
Allow discussions of crypto, but disallow criteria for defining tamper-resistance of TPMs and HSMs?
Allow discussions of bluetooth security, but not bluetooth-based electronic keys for physical locks?
Allow discussions of social engineering if it is about getting a password, but not if it is about getting in through the front door?
Allow discussions of protocols for SSL handshakes, but not protocols for anti-evidence seals?
I see no particularly useful line to be drawn anywhere on this continuum.
A relevant question is: