Boulder’s Automox raises $30M

BOULDER — Automox Inc., a cyber hygiene services provider, has raised $30 million from investors.

The equity raise was detailed in a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday.

Automox has a software-as-a-service system that helps businesses keep software updates and patches up-to-date automatically. By keeping those updates up-to-date — what Automox considers good cyber hygiene — companies can be proactive rather than reactive in their cybersecurity.

The firm’s SEC filing did not detail how Automox plans to deploy the $30 million in capital.

Automox CEO John Prassl could not be reached for comment prior to publication Friday

afternoon.

The company raised a $9 million Series A round in late 2018. At that time, Prassl told BizWest that the company was in expansion mode and planned to bolster its engineering and marketing teams.

BOULDER — Automox Inc., a cyber hygiene services provider, has raised $30 million from investors.

The equity raise was detailed in a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday.

Automox has a software-as-a-service system that helps businesses keep software updates and patches up-to-date automatically. By keeping those updates up-to-date — what Automox considers good cyber hygiene — companies can be proactive rather than reactive in their cybersecurity.

The firm’s SEC filing did not detail how Automox plans to deploy the $30 million in capital.

Automox CEO John Prassl could not be reached for comment prior to publication Friday

afternoon.

The company raised a $9 million Series A round in late 2018. At that time, Prassl told BizWest that the company was in expansion mode and planned to bolster its engineering and marketing teams.