Can Yoti be hacked?
Any company can be targeted by hackers but Yoti stores your data differently. There isn’t one big database full of valuable information for hackers to target.
If someone accessed our systems, they might find your date of birth, but they would have no way to link this to your name or any other piece of personal information.
Is it really that secure?
Yes. We use advanced hybrid encryption to protect your data. You control your data and decide exactly what information you want to share and who with.
The information you add never leaves the Yoti ecosystem and is only ever seen by you and the person or business you’re sending it to. Yoti doesn’t even see specifics.
Each layer of encryption we use to protect your data would take a hacker thousands of years to break. So unless they live for a very long time, we’re confident that your data is safe.
How is this safer than just showing my ID document?
When you use Yoti to prove your ID you only share the data that is necessary. No more revealing your passport number or address when getting into a nightclub.
Yoti doesn’t store an image of your passport, we extract and transform your details into a secure digital identity that you control.
How and where is my data stored?
Our secure technology separates each of your details (photo, first name, last name and DOB etc.) and individually encrypts each piece of data.
We provide multiple layers of encryption by securely storing each detail in UK based Tier 3 data centres. The only key to unlock and reunite the data is your Yoti app.
How easy is it to create a fake profile?
Yoti verifies and matches your details to your biometrics. A trained team performs extra checks in a secure ‘Cleanroom’ to ensure all details and documents are genuine.
Creating an account by impersonating you is extremely difficult. Our biometric and liveness testing means that sharing that a video of you wouldn’t be enough to create an account.
Can someone else access my Yoti using my phone?
Your Yoti is secured with a 5-digit PIN. For every wrong guess at it, the time to try again increases to prevent brute force attacks.
We only allow so many attempts at the PIN before the account is locked.