One of the safeguards that websites employ in order to verify the identity of a person is a “security question”. The problem is that most often than not, security questions are so simple that it doesn’t take a genius to make the right guess. Moreover, the likelihood of thieves successfully stealing taxpayers’ information has increased through their method of browsing personal information found on certain social networking sites. Thieves can use your birthdate, recent posts, tweets, and even photos as clues to deciphering the answer to your security questions. To avoid this, Adam Levin has recommended a few useful tips. To read about it, check out USA Today.
Source: USA Today