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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.

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It’s My Health: Sharing Health Credentials

Our draft Code of Practice serves as an initial framework for the secure sharing of health data for a range of purposes, including creating a Health Test Credential. The key organisations covered by these standards are those that; Test and issue test results or certificates; Provide the Health Test Credential; and Require information on an individual’s health status.   The pillars of the Code are; Trusted identity verification of individuals Trusted and transparent health testing of individuals by authorities Trusted storage of credentials or Health Data Trusted presentation and transfer of Health Test Credentials Privacy requirements [vc_btn

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ID checks with the Yoti app

The Yoti app gives you a secure, simple way to prove your identity online or in person. It’s as simple as uploading your ID document and taking a selfie. We make sure your face matches your ID document and then convert it into a digital format, securing your details with encryption so that no one else but you can see them. Your selfie acts like your biometric key, letting only you into your app and keeping others out. Products: Yoti Digital ID

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Aldershot Town FC becomes the first UK Football League club to adopt digital IDs

As manager Danny Searle and his Aldershot Town FC players get ready for the up and coming 20-21 season in the English National League – they will be the first football team to get their player ID on their phone.  The move is intended to boost security around key locations and digitally transform outdated processes, waving goodbye to paper around the pitch and training ground. The players will use a simple scan using their phone to share their verified digital identity from Yoti while protecting their privacy. Aldershot Town FC Chairman, Shahid Azeem, said “We’re focused on building

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Canada pioneers digital ID for all with new framework

This week, the Digital ID and Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC) announced the launch of a new framework for digital ID and authentication industry standards. The Pan Canadian Trust Framework (PCTF) will define how digital ID will roll out across Canada and will be alpha tested by DIACC members. As a long-standing member of DIACC, we’re incredibly excited to see the launch of this framework that we’ve contributed to with knowledge gleaned from our long-standing experience in the digital identity space. The PCTF itself is a huge collaborative achievement and has received over 3,400 public comments provided

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Celebrating International Identity Day 2020

Today marks International Identity Day. It falls on September 16th in recognition of Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 , which commits the international community to providing a means of identity to all by 2030. As we celebrate today, it’s worth reminding ourselves what it means to not be able to prove who you are.  In the developed world, we’re used to providing identification even for routine transactions such as opening a mobile phone account at a local store. We can readily produce a combination of photo ID, proof of bank details and a utility bill to confirm our

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The UK government's digital identity consultation response

We’re pleased to see the publication of the UK government’s Digital Identity: Consultation Response. We and others, like techUK, have been calling on the government to reveal its plans for digital identity and this response is a step in the right direction. There are three things that we particularly like. Principles-based approach First, the need for a principles-based approach, spanning privacy, transparency, inclusivity, interoperability, proportionality and good governance. Yoti was founded on core business principles, which have enabled us to develop a suite of digital identity products with the user’s interests at their core.  It’s good to

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