Tech and gadget trends to watch in 2018 ID checks are a hassle for all involved.
However, the Yoti app aims to tackle this by creating a secure digital identity by pairing a user’s selfie with their ID documents via facial recognition software.
Robin Tombs, CEO of Yoti says that artists and concert organisers should look at setting up ticketing systems that use biometrics to stop touts.
Day in the life interview: Robin Tombs, Yoti We spoke with Robin Tombs, CEO of Yoti, the startup that is revolutionising the way we verify our identity, a simple mobile solution that can be used anywhere from nightclubs to supermarkets! sought to unearth, and then celebrate, the most innovative digital companies shaking up the worlds of finance, health, education, media and security, we knew the collective 20 companies we found were an outstanding demonstration of the UK’s leadership in cutting edge technology.
B Corp caught up with them to find out more about this award-winning tech start-up.
The 2017 Cannes Film Festival is underway in the south of France.
Brits don’t trust businesses to protect their personal information The majority of UK consumers – 87 percent – are worried about the security of their personal information online, following numerous stories of data breaches hitting the headlines over the past 12 months.
UK consumers feel uncomfortable sharing their personal details online Following several data breach incidents on the news over the past year, most UK consumers are worried about the security of their personal information online.It lets you instantly prove your age and who you are, online and in person with a digital identity that has been verified by a government-issued ID document.What are online dating sites doing to keep us safe?Online dating fraud is on the rise and it seems easy for people to adopt false identities.Yoti gives anyone the ability to check the name, photo and age of people they meet online.There are two versions — 16 minutes and 24 minutes.