The computer systems of a Florida-based, voter-registration-software company were never compromised, the company’s chief operating office said Monday, rebutting parts of a leaked U.S. National Security Agency report that suggested hackers stole information from VR Systems and used it to send phishing messages to local elections officials nationwide. Ben Martin told Florida election supervisors during a presentation Monday that his company’s systems were never breached. Martin gave a rundown of events from last year leading up to the leak earlier this month of the NSA report. The report said information from VR Systems was used to send phishing emails to 122 local election officials just before the election last November, in an attempt to break into their systems. So far, there is no indication that voting or ballot counting in any states were affected.