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LONG BEFORE ANY GROUND was broken on $60 million in renovation and new construction projects at Trine University (Ind.) some three years ago, officials at the school were building something far more important: relationships.


Mark Waxman is one of those alumni who had left his college days behind. After graduating from the University of California, San Diego, in 1970 with an economics degree, he went on to the UC Berkeley School of Law and then lived in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., before moving to Boston a decade ago.


“Identity theft may not be your fault, but it could be your problem,” says Dan Holden of IBM’s X-Force research group, which examines identity theft. “It’s hard for any organization to achieve a high level of prevention and control, but it’s worth the effort to try.”