Doing things differently
The way we build our solutions is different to other tech companies. With Yoti, you are in full control of your data. Your personal details are encrypted into unreadable data that can only be unlocked by your Yoti app. Nobody else can access or decipher it, not even our staff.
We cannot mine and sell your data to third parties, or share any details without your approval. You’re in control to securely share specific details, never your whole identity.
Founded in 2014 by Robin Tombs, Duncan Francis and Noel Hayden.
200+ employees and growing! Check out our latest vacancies.
5 offices including a headquarters in central London and offices in India, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
Founders Robin and Duncan were at a Spartan Race in 2014, where 10,000 people were queueing to register with passports and driving licences. The process was long, outdated and a potential security risk, with people leaving valuable ID documents in a tent during the race. There was clearly a better way of checking who people were. Robin, Duncan and Noel saw an opportunity to harness the growth and advancements in biometric technologies and increasing smartphone usage to develop a digital identity solution that could be used both online and in person. And hey presto, Yoti was born.
The people behind Yoti
Women in leadership at Yoti: key takeaways from our inspirational leaders
Here at Yoti, we have some pretty inspiring role models – not just right up at the top, but all...
Meet our new advisor Graeme Ashley-Fenn
We are excited to welcome Graeme Ashley-Fenn as our new advisor in financial regulation and compliance. Graeme brings over 38...
In the Spotlight with Gordon Scobbie, Regional Business Growth and Partnerships Executive
We’re very pleased to welcome Gordon Scobbie to the team, as Regional Business Growth and Partnerships Executive for Scotland. Gordon...
Meet our Guardians
Founder and Executive Director of Glitch
Seyi is the Founder and Executive Director of Glitch, a young not-for-profit organisation that is determined to end online abuse through advocacy, campaigning and education. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, a Fellow of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship and served for four years is politics as Councillor in East London.Read more
Human Rights and Intellectual Property Lawyer
Renata is a human rights and intellectual property lawyer, and an outspoken advocate for freedom of expression, privacy, access to information and indigenous rights.Read More
Editor In Chief at Linux Journal
As one of the first people to recognise the transformative nature on the internet, Doc has been active and public in the tech and digital space for more than three decades.read more
Gavin is a serial entrepreneur who has 20+ years of experience creating data-driven businesses. He was Founding CEO of the Open Data Institute and an Advisory Board Member for DECODE, an EU programme focused on giving people ownership of their personal data.Read More