Yoti is a digital identity company that makes it safer for people to prove who they are. We started by empowering people with a free, reusable digital ID app that minimises the data they share with businesses. We now provide verification solutions across the globe, spanning identity verification, age verification, eSigning and authentication. Whilst still maintaining our consumer focus, we have also built a suite of robust B2B tools for all things related to identity verification.
We’re committed to making the digital world safer for everyone. Our seven ethical principles guide us in everything we do and we’re held accountable by our Guardian Council. With an award-winning social purpose strategy, we’re always looking for new ways to explore what (digital) identity means across the globe. The journey isn’t one we’re making alone, but with the help of policy advisers, think tanks, researchers, humanitarian bodies and everyday people.
Main office address
107 Leadenhall St
Key Products / Services / Sectors (USPs)
- Is the product Open Source? No
- Does the product have Multi/Omni Channel capability? Multichannel capable, different product-based approaches.
- Is it on or off shore? On shore.
- Are there support options available? Yes, both for clients and consumers – https://www.yoti.com/contact/
- Do you use open standards(OIDC, UMA2, etc?) We do work with OIDC and support open standards such as W3C.
- Has the solution been into Public Cloud Services? No.
Yoti has a range of digital identity solutions spanning age verification, age estimation, a digital identity app, identity verification, esignatures and AI anti spoofing technologies.
Yoti partnered with Post Office to combine their experience in identity services and extensive branch network with Yoti’s leading identity technology to play a key role in driving the UK’s digital transformation.
Yoti and Post Office became the UK’s first government certified Identity Services Provider (IDSP) under the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework for digital Right to Work, Right to Rent and DBS ID checks.
Area of focus
Internal services (enterprise)
Identity provisioning (IdP)
Offer translation of protocols
Can offer consent capture if required
Can capture self-asserted
Can verify self-asserted
Can integrate with third parties (eg Open Banking)
Supports verified claims (VCs)
Yes – third party verifiers used (including Open Banking)
Yes – In-house verification service
Multiple factors (MFA)
Data store functionality
Configurable for specific sectors (e.g. health)
Use decentralised stores (eg Wallets or online)
Can offer consent capture/handling
Account management for users
Key management required by user
DID (decentralised identifiers)
Third party capability
Data minimisation support
Variable registration (multi-user journey support)
Support for accessibility
Logging and audit
Offline options, incl. F2F
Upgrade paths to increase assurance levels over time
Creation of delegated accounts
To modify system behaviour
For risk-based authentication
To use events to drive transactions
To manage user journeys, including verification
To handle LOA upgrades/downgrades
Handle identity document’s (eg drivers license)
Handle health information (eg vaccine certificates)
Post Office and Yoti have announced the availability of their digital identity apps, following the permanent government policy change regarding the use of Digital Identity for Right to Work (RTW) as well as Basic, Standard and Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service checks
“We are delighted to partner with Post Office and Yoti to transform the way businesses verify their employees identity. This new approach is better for all stakeholders in the recruitment process. It’s faster, secure and the only information that is absolutely necessary needs to be shared by applicants during the Digital Identity Check process. We’ll be seamlessly integrating Digital Identity Checks into our Platform, so that they’re ready to use as soon as permitted.”
George Griffiths, Managing Director at uCheck
“Of the 165 to 170 million admissions per year UK cinemas were seeing pre-pandemic, around 30% fall within the 15-24 year old bracket. For many wanting to get into a ‘15’ or ‘18’ certificate film proving their age – without an ID document to hand – can be difficult and a source of frustration when they are turned away. This partnership offers a straightforward and modern way to alleviate many of those issues.”
Phil Clapp, CEO at the UK Cinema Association
“Through this partnership, First Advantage and Yoti are bringing innovative and much-needed solutions to the UK and EMEA market ahead of upcoming changes to UK Right to Work & UK DBS Checks. Our integrated offering will further enable employers to hire smarter and onboard faster at a time when regulatory changes are allowing employers and landlords to leverage simpler, more secure, high-tech identity service solutions.”
Scott Staples, CEO of First Advantage
Main point of contact
Name: Rachael Trotman