We work to engage with everyone who plays a part in making sure Yoti is accepted in as many places as possible.
Yoti is a member of a number of organisations. Click here to read the full list.
We have presented Yoti to a number of organisations. Click here to read the full list.
Yoti has a Fair Tax Mark certification.
Yoti has several certifications. They include ISO 27001, SOC 2, HIPAA compliance, B Corp.
All of Yoti’s services are certified as compliant with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 international standard for Information Security. The certificate is valid until 29 April 2024. Each year, Yoti undergoes audits as a condition of its ISO 27001 certifications. In Yoti’s latest audit, it was assessed with zero issues.
Since 2018, one of the top four global auditing firms assesses the operation of our security controls. The auditor confirmed that Yoti's age-check services were in accordance with the British Standards Institution’s PAS 1296:2018 code of practice.
In July 2019, Yoti was the only company certified under the ‘AV’ scheme. This scheme ensures that age-verification providers respect privacy and data security standards.
In October 2019, Yoti was certified under the ‘Age Check Certification Scheme’. This allows us to provide Electronic Identification Verification Technology (e-IDVT) to issuers of ‘PASS’ (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) cards in the UK.
In June 2020, Yoti was awarded the Seal of Approval from the German Association for Voluntary Self-Regulation of Digital Media Service Providers (FSM) to help to provide protection of child protection online in Germany. In December 2020, the KJM (German Commission for Youth Media Protection) approved Yoti’s age verification approaches.
In the USA, Yoti complies with the HIPAA ‘Privacy Rule’ and ‘Security Rule’ for storing health data. Our first HIPAA assessment was in May 2020. We will repeat our assessment each year.
Yoti is B Corps certified. Certified B Corporations are businesses that have good social and environmental performance, are honest about what they do, and take responsibility for legal matters relating to profit and purpose. B Corps try to do good by growing a business in a way that is good for the world. Governments and charities cannot solve society’s most challenging problems alone. B Corps work to reduce inequality and poverty, and create a healthier environment, stronger communities, and better jobs. B Corps use the money that they earn to make a positive impact for their employees, communities, and the environment. B Corps form a community of leaders and drive a global movement of people using business as a force for good.