Technically Baltimore: Industrial cybersecurity firm Dragos raises $200M Series D, reaches unicorn status with $1.7B valuation

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Maryland’s cybersecurity community has a unicorn. Hanover-based industrial cybersecurity company Dragos said Thursday that it raised $200 million in a Series D round. The company raised the round at a $1.7 billion post-money valuation, meaning it has reached the tech “unicorn” status of a private company that’s valued at over $1 billion.

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