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Guest writers who are especially keen on exploring IoT and related technologies, whether from an enterprise or a cultural/social perspective, occasionally share their insights with the IoT industry through IoT For All. If you're interested in being featured as a guest writer, submit your article through this portal, and we'll get back to you within one week.

Code Stylometry: How AI Could End Anonymous Hacking

Hackers are an ever-present threat today. New code stylometry machine learning algorithms are able to de-anonymize hackers based on style.

How to Protect Connected and Autonomous Vehicles From Hackers

Because connected and autonomous vehicles can move at high speeds, they're in their own class when it comes to the risk of being hacked. They require their own class of protections.

Operators Must Look Beyond Connectivity to Monetize IoT

Attempts to monetize IoT connectivity haven’t come to fruition, but several telecom operators already using successful strategies.

4 Ways IoT Messaging Innovation Will Transform Connected Cars

In this article, Akamai Senior Product Architect Mark Ingerman identifies the top challenges auto manufacturers face related to connected car messaging speed, volume and cellular bandwidth. He offers insight on how auto manufacturers can leverage innovations in the MQTT messaging protocol and tap the power of edge computing to help alleviate these challenges for a better, safer driving experience.

5 Tips for Smart Home Spring Cleaning

Clean up your smart home. Polish your lenses, change your passwords, update your firmware, check your settings and reexamine your router.

Why 2020 Is Set to Be a Pivotal Year for IoT

In 2020, we'll approach the pivotal turning point at which IoT and related practices start to fade into the background of our everyday lives.