People who have had had their financial information stolen online might be more vulnerable to having their wallets stolen in person.

Seventeen percent of people who have been victims of online crime were also victims of robbery, burglary and violent crime offline, according to the Norton Cybercrime Report, a survey of 20,000 people. Just 9% of those who were not victims of online crime were also victims of offline crime.

People who are victims of both types of crime "aren't taking enough care in their real-world interactions and it carries over in their online world," Marian Merritt, Norton's Internet safety advocate, told Gawker Media's Lifehacker for a Thursday story.