Identity fraud is unfortunately commonplace, as it is so easy today for a fraudster to create an identity document or to be in possession of a copy.
Identity fraud is on the rise, partly due to the increase in remote and dematerialized procedures: fraudsters are industrializing their fraud techniques, controls are more complicated than face-to-face, and the feeling of impunity is more present.
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According to the Ministry of the Interior, 45,000 complaints per year are filed for identity theft. A Credoc survey speaks of 210,000 identity frauds each year, a figure greater than the number of victims of burglary or car theft.
In 2022, the use of new cybercrime technologies such as deepfake, which allows for an identical reproduction of the victim’s face (deep face) or voice (deep voice), could further increase this figure.