Are some people less vulnerable to identity theft than others?
Probably so. It helps to have an unusual or hard-to-spell foreign last name, and less common first name. It probably helps to be older and have a longer credit history.
It may, ironically, help to have a robust personal social media presence, one which might be more likely stand out with employers.
And it might help to be famous. Public figures are more vulnerable to invasion of privacy and defamation attempts, but less so to identity theft.
Many homeowner’s policies are adding identity theft endorsements to their policies in many states.