IOPs do not operate alone; they are linked with each other, forming a dense network. This network constantly changes, as some nodes and ties turn off while new ones emerge. We rely on a novel method that checks millions of domains monthly to identify active IOPs and detect their links. With this information, we map the network of IOPs at any given month.
This map allows us to (a) offer rich information about IOPs’ network dynamics and (b) identify the IOPs that are most active in the network. This knowledge helps law enforcement agencies and corporations assess the strengths and vulnerabilities of IOPs and learn how to better fight against their operations.
IOPs sell medicines without regulatory and medical oversight. This means that such medicines’ quality is not assured, and they may not even be the appropriate treatment for the customer. Our IOPs Health Impact Monitoring service helps assess the health consequences of patients’ buying medicines from IOPs and the associated healthcare costs.