The number of business insurance holders who worry about the security of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has dropped, according to an industry specialist.
Editor-in-chief of VoIP Evolution Robert Poe stated: "There is a common sense attitude developing that VoIP security threats are no worse than, say, email security threats."
He added that business insurance holders still have security concerns over the communication method, but there are procedures out there which cut the risks of a breach.
Mr Poe also noted that smaller business insurance holders are not opting to use VoIP as soon as their larger counterparts who already see the option as mainstream technology.
His comments follow results from a recent study, which revealed less than ten per cent of business insurance holders view security issues as an obstruction to VoIP.
The report claimed lower calling costs were the reason most companies chose to adopt the system.