"The questions are spouse's name, significant birthdays, favorite sporting team, siblings and pet's name. Many a dog has died and lived on in a password.
"The key is not panicking. There's no need to stay off social media or the internet -- it's about thinking about the dangers.
"Secure your password, don't use social media on free public wifi, don't let people see what you're typing -- and don't say something on social media which you wouldn't be prepared to shout out at in a public space."
A Twitter spokesman was not immediately available for comment on the hacking of the Blatter and FIFA's accounts.
FIFA president since 1998 , the 77-year-old Blatter has not yet announced whether he will be standing for a fifth term when his current term ends in 2015.
But if he does, he may want to set a new password first.