ID theft: where you live makes a difference, study finds

Wednesday, 14 February 2007, 1:13 PM EST

Faulkton S.D. has a population of 800 and virtually no crime to speak of. Yet the citizens of this rural town are second only to the people in Floral Park, N.Y. when it comes to being at risk for having their identities stolen.

That's just one of the findings of a study released today by San Diego, Calif.-based risk management firm ID Analytics Inc., which looked at U.S. identity fraud rates by geography.

At Computerworld.

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