Kristi Noem wants answers following US Government leaks social security numbers of her and her family

South Dakota Govenor Kristi Noem is seeking answers to the question of the ways federal agencies let her personal data to be made public after public records released by the committee on Jan.

In the evening before swearing in to run for a second time Noem was informed she was unaware that both she was unaware that her Social Security number and those of her immediate family members were released to the committee on Jan. 

Noem posted on Twitter Friday night after the disclosure about her as well as her family relatives' private data. 

In the evening before swearing in to run for a second time Noem was informed she was unaware that both she was unaware that her Social Security number and those of her immediate family members were released to the committee on Jan. Six committee.

The President Donald J. Trump speaks with South Dakota Gov.-elect Kristi Noem in a meeting with Governors-Elect inside the Cabinet Room at White House on Thursday, December. 13 on the 13th of December, 2018, at Washington, DC. 

The President Donald J. Trump speaks with South Dakota Gov.-elect Kristi Noem in a meeting with Governors-Elect inside the Cabinet Room at White House on Thursday, December. 

The letter further stated that the family of Noem is "now in a high chance of being a victim of identity theft, and personal security being affected due to the lack of effort to erase Social Security numbers before making them accessible to the public.