[SecurityWeek] Consumer Security Firm Aura Raises $200 Million at $2.5 Billion Valuation

Aura, a Burlington, MA-based company that provides cybersecurity solutions for consumers, has announced raising $200 million in a Series F funding round.

The funding, which values Aura at $2.5 billion post money, brings the total raised by the firm to $650 million.

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