New at Six - thousands of college students are heading back to school this month. And parents, your children is one of the groups highest at risk for identity theft. "Identity thef among the 20-29 year old range accounts for 20 percent of all identity theft now." "It's because wit all of the social media, with all the technology their information is out there." That includes social security numbers, bank account numbers and other personal information. The best thing students can do is to keep those safe, lock their smart phones and computers and check their bank statements for fradulent charges. The Better Business Bureau suggests that teens and young adults check their credit report once a year starting when they're 18.