Playing no coastal favorites, the survey found Boston in second place, with the Norton Top Ten Riskiest rounded out as follows:
1)Seattle 2)Boston 3)Washington, D.C. 4)San Francisco 5)Raleigh, N.C. 6)Atlanta 7)Minneapolis 8)Denver 9)Austin, TX 10)Portland, OR
While a measure of this falls in the "No, d'uh!" department -- really wired (and wireless) cities with really wired (and wireless) populations are gonna draw really wired (and wireless) crooks -- the point of the exercise lies in the observation that not only are these cities hyper-convenient for online activities, that level of convenience also enables careless online behavior.
True everywhere, but even truer in well-connected connected communities:
Always available means always on means always at risk means always on guard.
A closer look at the data, including the top 50 riskiest cities is here.