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Credit card fraud appears to be most prevalent. 51 percent of respondents said that at least one of their clients was a victim of credit card fraud in the past year. Tax returns getting hijacked is another recent yet unsuspecting trend. In addition to credit card fraud and tax return fraud, burglary/robbery and theft by household staff were among the most successful violations as opposed to unsuccessful attempts. Given the growing number of ways, and the sophistication with which security attacks can be carried out, only half of respondents felt their clients are well informed about, let alone prepared to deal with, potential threats.

Source: Security Risks For Wealthy Families Are On The Rise