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Yoti - Managing a Breach (LDSC Cyber Themed Evening)

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Cyber Themes 2018: https://londondsc.co.uk/cyberthemes2018/

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Yoti is a London-based technology company on a mission to become the world’s trusted identity platform.
Founded in 2014 by Robin Tombs, Duncan Francis and Noel Hayden, we’re a team of over 200 people with headquarters in central London, an office in India and a growing presence in the USA.

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We are a not for profit organisation, founded as a joint venture by the Mayor of London, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the City of London Police (CoLP). We work in partnership with private industry and academia to help businesses, primarily SME business (less than 249 employees), to embrace digital innovations and operate in a secure online environment protecting themselves against cyber criminals.

What is our purpose?
- To provide simple, measurable and effective digital security solutions to businesses.
- To enable businesses to operate in a secure digital environment.
- To target victims of cyber crime and provide support to prevent repeat victimisation.
- To evidence a positive shift in the digital security of businesses.

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Find out more information via:

Website ▶ https://londondsc.co.uk/
Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/LondonDSC
LinkedIn ▶ https://www.linkedin.com/company/london-digital-security-centre/
Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/londondigititalsecuritycentre

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Yoti - Managing a Breach (LDSC Cyber Themed Evening)

  1. 1. Managing a breach and putting the consumer first Encrypt your IDand share less data
  2. 2. Tackling a growing issue for businesses 5.8m 57% £144bn UK fraud incidents 2016 - 41% related to identity (ONS 2016) (CIFAS 2016) (nao.org.uk 2017) increase in fraud - 88% occurred online annual cost of UK cyber crime 9/10 login attempts are not made by the owner of the account (Shape Security 2017)
  3. 3. Nightclubs Ticketing & Events Education & LearningLicenced Trade Age-restricted retail Cinema & Leisure Online Dating Sites Online marketplaces Cryptocurrency SaaS websites Trusted ConnectionsFinancial Services Property Management Delivery & Postal Medical & Healthcare Government & Police Recruitment Screening Gaming & Gambling
  4. 4. What about MY data in a breach? How can digital identity help consumers?
  5. 5. What do leading digital identities aim to provide? Consumers are in control Secure hybrid 256-bit encryption Private keys stored with consumer They cannot access or sell people’s data Consumers decide who to share data with Immutable receipt always created
  6. 6. Providing a verified ecosystem of digital applications Strong Authentication Identity verification Age checks Building AccessDigital Signing Verified payments Asset tagging Trusted connectionsPassword Manager
  7. 7. ?? %The real percentage of your consumer that you know are actually your consumers after a username and password breach
  8. 8. We’re on a mission to become the world's trusted identity platform

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