Survey: US consumers not concerned about medical record theft

U.S. consumers are less worried about having their medical records (15 percent) or biometric data (17 percent) stolen compared to other crime-related concerns, according to FICO's latest consumer finance trend research.

FICO surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers over the age of 17 about their fears.

Here are three survey insights.

1. The respondents were most concerned about having their Social Security number stolen (86 percent).

2. Forty-four percent of respondents said identity theft and banking fraud were their top concern.

3. Other major fears included a respondent's own death or losing a loved one (22 percent) or experiencing a terrorist attack (18 percent). 

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