E-Government is a very useful application for all of us, we can find almost anything you want from the e-government. With the latest innovation, the state has enabled people to learn their descendants in order to provide convenience to people. So he created a section where people could look at the family trees. People had easy access to information from past relatives. It was nice to have access to this information via e-government, but there are some points to consider.
E-Government Mother Maiden Surname
Once such a system was created, people began to share it on social networking sites just to get rid of the pedigree information received through the E-government, and this could threaten your security. In some social networking sites, I see that people took a picture of family tree information and shared it, and they didn’t even scribble the part where the last name information, so they shared it on social networking sites. As you know, many institutions ask your mother’s maiden name as a security question, especially in the banking system.
If you take a picture of your family tree and share it on social networking sites like this, you will submit your own information directly to malicious people. What I mean here is not to give advice to anyone, but anyone can do what they want, of course, but I do not recommend sharing your family tree information on social networking sites.
If this situation continues, that is to say, if people continue to share their genealogy information directly via e-government on social networks without hiding the mother maiden name section; people who share their family tree information on such social networking sites without hiding their money from their bank accounts to another account or close to see similar news.
To avoid such news, please do not share your mother’s maiden name directly anywhere.