The Chicago auditing firm Cyber Security Audit has been hired to audit the Chicago Fire Department for its cybersecurity capabilities and report back to its customers.

The auditors have been hired by the City of Chicago and its Fire and Emergency Management District (FEMD) and the Illinois State Police, who are responsible for conducting audits of all municipal departments in Illinois.

They are not a third party, and the audit is being conducted by a third-party.

This is the first time that Cyber Security Auditors have actually been contracted to audit Chicago, a city that has been plagued by cyberattacks for years.

Cybersecurity Auditors are paid in the form of fees from the Fire Department.

They also collect fees from various third-parties that include insurance companies, banks, and credit card companies.

This was the first audit in Chicago, and its results will be presented to the City Council this week.

The audit will look at how Chicago handles cybersecurity vulnerabilities, what happens when the vulnerabilities are exploited, and how best to mitigate them.

This will help the City determine if the vulnerabilities in the Chicago fire departments are being adequately mitigated.

It also will provide feedback to the Fire and Fire District on how to better protect against cyber attacks and how to keep its IT system secure.

Cyber Security Auditor, Daniel B. Rios, says in a statement that the audit will be a thorough, objective look at Chicago’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

“The audit will not be about scoring Chicago Fire or FEMD on a scale that is easy to interpret,” Rios said.

“It will focus on identifying and quantifying the vulnerabilities, determining what can be done to mitigate the vulnerabilities and identifying best practices to ensure the department’s cybersecurity is both secure and effective.”

Chicago Fire Chief David F. Fitzgerald says the city is very excited to receive this audit.

“I am proud of what we have done in this time and have done as a city, and I am very appreciative of the work of our cybersecurity teams and Cyber Security Advisory Board that have helped ensure Chicago’s security for our citizens,” Fitzgerald said.

Fitzgerald, who is also the former mayor of Chicago, says he is confident that Chicago’s fire department will continue to be at the forefront of cybersecurity and that its vulnerabilities will not go unnoticed.

“This audit will also help us to determine if there are any gaps in our city’s cybersecurity,” Fitzgerald added.

“We are working with all the departments to identify any weaknesses in our systems that could be exploited to gain access to our network and other data.

Chicago is home to more than 7,500 police officers and other employees. “

In addition, we will also be doing our part to identify and mitigate any weaknesses and vulnerabilities that may be present in our fire services infrastructure.”

Chicago is home to more than 7,500 police officers and other employees.

The Chicago Fire and EMS Department was ranked as one of the most secure fire departments in the United States by the Department of Homeland Security in its 2016 report.

“As a matter of fact, Chicago’s Fire and Police Departments are ranked as the top-ranked fire departments, and as such, our cybersecurity measures have been ranked among the top five in the country,” Fitzgerald continued.

“Chicago has been working diligently to strengthen its cybersecurity in recent years, and we are confident that our Fire and Department are continuing to do the same.”

Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel said that the auditing of Chicago’s department will give the city a better idea of what’s going on and will provide more insight into what’s happening on the fire and fire department network.

“At the same time, it will provide an opportunity for the City to review its cybersecurity measures and improve them,” Emanuel said.

The mayor says he and his team are also going to be consulting with other departments to see if they are having any problems with their security and to address any gaps.

“And we are going to continue to look at our fire departments and fire protection departments, including our EMS department and our police departments, to see what can we do to improve their cybersecurity,” Emanuel continued.