We store your personal information in such a way that, in the unlikely event of a security breach, you could not be identified in any meaningful way – the amount of personal information that could be accessed is very limited. We achieve this by separating and encrypting each piece of your personal information. In the unlikely event of someone cracking that encryption, they may be able to discover that a person is 38 years old, for example, but they would have no other information to learn who that person is or build a profile of them.
Articles in this section
- Won't adding my ID document to Yoti make me vulnerable to identity fraud?
- Why should I trust Yoti with my information?
- Won't uploading my ID to Yoti make it easier for people to steal my identity?
- How do I know Yoti is secure?
- How does Yoti stop people creating fake accounts?
- How often do you evaluate Yoti’s security?
- What would happen to my data if Yoti got hacked?
- What would happen to my information if Yoti got hacked?
- Can Yoti see my data?
- Why am I being asked to take a photo when I use Yoti?