Aura raises 150m series E funding led by Warburg Pincus. The acquisitions of digital privacy and personal digital security companies, Intersections, Pango, FigLeaf, and Privacy Mate, stimulated Aura’s expansion.
Aura, a digital security firm based in Burlington, Massachusetts, received $150 million in Series E funding.
Warburg Pincus led the investment round, and Chandler Reedy, Managing Director and Head of Strategic Investments, Warburg Pincus, and Brian Chang, Managing Director and Head of Strategic Investments, Warburg Pincus, will join the Aura board of directors as a result of the funding.
Warburg Pincus, Accel, General Catalyst, and WndrCo’s $450m in funding, in addition to Warburg, is for enhancing the customer experience, expanding the user base of the new Aura product, speeding up the development of new features, and implementing programs to increase consumer awareness through a national advertising campaign.
Aura 150m Series Warburg Pincus
Hari Ravichandran, Founder and CEO of Auras, a digital security technology firm, wants to make the internet safer for everyone. Aura, the company’s newest product, combines assets to provide digital security for consumers. Identity theft, financial fraud, and device security are all included in one platform, backed by customer service.
The acquisitions of digital privacy and personal digital security firms Intersections, Pango, FigLeaf, and Privacy Mate spurred Aura’s expansion.