The Arizona state Senate announced Wednesday that it has chosen four firms that will conduct an audit of Maricopa County’s November election results.
The announcement came a little over a month after a judge ruled that the Senate could have access to the ballots and other election equipment over the objections of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
“After months of interviewing various forensic auditors, the Arizona Senate has found a qualified team consisting of Wake Technology Services, Inc., CyFir, LLC, Digital Discovery, and Cyber Ninja, Inc. to conduct the audit,” a news release from Senate President Karen Fann’s office read.
“The team will be led by Cyber Ninjas, a cyber security company with a focus on application security, working across financial services and government sectors.”
KTAR-FM reported Cyber Ninjas is a Florida-based company.