Yoti teaches young Kiwis about digital identity

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Yoti teaches young Kiwis about digital identity

Yoti has partnered with online platform MyMahi to inform young people in New Zealand about digital identities and secure online navigation, writes Karl Stemp, New Zealand Country Lead.

Young people can use the platform to improve academic learning by accessing timetables, school results and receiving daily notifications. The platform allows them to set goals and engage in self-reflection, the company says.

The portal provides access to a number of courses, and teaches youths how to build an CV and project portfolio they can later showcase to a potential employer. Young people can have an overview of market opportunities, volunteering and tertiary course information.

“We hope this partnership is the beginning of a fruitful journey in which we can connect with more young people and help them understand how to safely navigate the digital world,” Stemp wrote.

Yoti’s age verification and digital ID technologies were recently chosen by StrongPoint and Volunteer Edinburgh to improve retail experience and volunteering efforts. In Germany, the German Association for Voluntary Self-Regulation of Digital Media Service Providers (FSM) has approved Yoti’s digital identity and age estimation technology for age-restricted access and protection of young people.

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