BALTIMORE - The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has moved to secure its computer network with modems that render a user's personal identification numbers more difficult to steal.

The modem, from Information Resource Engineering Inc. of Baltimore, guards an organization against the theft of reusable PINs by transforming them into a new random password for each communication session. This prevents unauthorized users from gaining access to the network.

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