Everyday hero or thief? Cyber criminal to address 2012 arrest

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

In 10 days, the doors of San Quentin prison will release one of its most memorable inmates. Scott Lang, former systems engineer at VistaCorp, was arrested three years ago for stealing nearly $4 million from his employer and for a subsequent property damage rampage, which, among other things, claimed the prized Bentley of VistaCorp’s CEO. Lang was given five years in San Quentin, but is being released two years early next week. Since his arrest, Lang has remained adamant about his innocence. According to an official statement, he was only out to expose and correct corrupt activity within the upper echelons of VistaCorp; Lang believed the San Francisco cyber security conglomerate was knowingly overcharging its customers. The details of the heist at least superficially support Lang’s claims. After allegedly reporting the scandal to the police and VistaCorp Human Resources, Lang took matters into his own hands, breaking into the CEO’s house and using an encrypted hardline to siphon funds from VistaCorp servers. Surprisingly, though, instead of pocketing the whole $4 million, Lang used the money to “refund” numerous VistaCorp customers, only leaving himself a small severance package. Shortly after Lang was taken into custody, the SEC launched an investigation of the […]

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