Analyst details

Anne Bailey Senior Analyst

Stuttgart / Germany

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Roles & Responsibilities:
Anne Bailey is an analyst covering emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, and helps synthesize the implications for companies, industries, and markets.


Background & Education:
She holds a Bachelor from Pacific Lutheran University, a Master’s Certificate from Johns Hopkins-Nanjing University, and a Master’s in International Business Management from Lauder Business School.


Areas of Coverage:
Anne Bailey handles research related to emerging technologies.


Professional Experience:
Anne’s experience brings together political and economic forces, cultural sensitivity, and close attention to innovative ideas. She has worked with several nonprofit organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Her research covers innovation in relation to nonprofits, diversity, and competitiveness. She has published work on smart cities and the changing role of innovation.

Recent blog posts

Blog

The Future of Exchanging Value

The European Central Bank (ECB) is exploring a digital euro. Early October 2020, the ECB Governing Council released a whitepaper discussing its initial research on such a project. One of the ECB’s clearest and most repeated messages is that a digital euro will not replace cash, but…

Blog

Azure AD Verifiable Credentials Entering Public Preview

Microsoft announced on April 5, 2020 that its Azure AD Verifiable Credentials is now in public preview. This solution enables organizations to design and issue verifiable credentials to their users, be it enterprises issuing employment credentials to their employees, universities enrolling…

Blog

OneTrust Acquisition of Convercent

OneTrust, provider of data privacy, security, and governance solutions has announced that it will acquire Convercent, an enterprise GRC solution with an ethics and compliance portal. Slotting itself as a strategic acquisition, the two companies will be aligning and merging their products to…

Blog

Privacy Seekers Are Really Looking for Life Management Platforms

Privacy-sensitive users are drawn to solutions with certain features: end-to-end encryption, granular consent, data ownership, and secure storage. But what is it that privacy can really do for users, and is there a non-exploitative business model in it for companies? KuppingerCole…

Blog

New Developments in European AI Regulation

The world is caught between high expectations, futuristic fears, and non-legally binding recommendations on how to proceed with AI development and management. This means that although technologies are advancing and that many use cases are being proven effective to support enterprise data…

Blog

AI-Powered Data for All – Informatica's Acquisition of GreenBay Technologies

Informatica has just announced that they have made another acquisition this summer: GreenBay Technologies, a startup focused on AI and machine learning. Read about their July 2020 acquisition here . GreenBay Technologies brings CloudMatcher to Informatica’s Intelligent Data…


Recent research documents

Market Compass

Providers of Verified Identity

The KuppingerCole Market Compass provides an overview of the product or service offerings in a certain market segment. This Market Compass covers the Providers of Verified Identity market, and solutions with specific functionality in identity verification with potential for digital identity…

Advisory Note

Emerging Technologies Fostering Digital Business Innovation: Healthcare

The healthcare landscape has experienced unprecedented pressure and change, and there is a greater need than ever for the industry to make its full digital transformation. Technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, IoT, and digital identity will be both enablers and drivers…

Whitepaper

Technical Approaches to Consent Management and Dynamic Access Management: Ping Identity

Privacy regulations are changing the way organizations handle personal information. GDPR was not the first and will not be the last to require data handlers to collect consent from users. Many Consumer Identity platforms have added in consent management features, and specialty Privacy and…

Leadership Brief

Status and Advantages of Small Data Machine Learning Paradigms

Consider the relationship between Machine Learning (ML) and data consumption – is more always better? This Leadership Brief discusses the possible benefits of Small Data for ML, some technological approaches to get there, why you should still be cautious of Small Data, and…

Leadership Brief

The Role of AI in Modern Business Intelligence Platforms

Business intelligence (BI) platforms have become essential for enterprises with an exponential increase in data generation and usage. The next generation of BI platforms will expand on the volume of data analysis and the degree of control a business user has over the process. This…


Recent videos

Webcast

Analyst Chat #71: Cybercriminal Behavior in the COVID Era

While the world tries to cope up with the on-going pandemic, cybercriminals have got their hands on a gold mine. Annie and Matthias sit down again to chat about the overall picture of cyberattacks, including COVID-related lures.

Webcast

Analyst Chat #70: AdTech and Future Alternatives to 3rd Party Cookies

Annie Bailey and Matthias continue their conversation around privacy, targeted marketing and the end of the era of the 3rd party cookie, that they started two weeks ago. They discuss the characteristics and the pros and cons of upcoming approaches, while this technology area is still…

Webcast

Analyst Chat #68: FloC and the Death of the 3rd Party Cookie

Tracking of users via 3rd party cookies has been a constant issue regarding compliance and user privacy. This is about to change, as 3rd party cookies are being more and more blocked in browsers like Firefox and Safari. And Google has announced the same step for Chrome in upcoming…

Webcast

Anne Bailey: Market Compass: What does the Future Require of Identity?

There are several external drivers that are putting pressure on the way we manage identity, made especially clear over the last year: digitalization, privacy, user-centricity, and reuse. Rather than resist the change, let us consider what would happen to identity if we translated…

Webcast

Entering the Virtual World With Identity Verification

The way consumers access products and services across sectors has changed forever as interactions move from physical to digital engagement. What started as a change born from convenience, is now a necessity and solidifying into a long-term behavioural shift. As consumers choose to access…