1 Tokyo, Japan
The number one safest city to live in the world is Tokyo. With a population of 13.3 million people, Japanese capital Tokyo performs strongest in ditigal security. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Tokyo is between $30,000 and $50,000.
Singapore grabs second spot with an overall score of 89.64. Singapore ranks number one in Personal security ranking and Infrastructure security ranking.
Osaka is the third safest country in the world with an overall score of 88.87. The city ranks lower in digital security than Tokyo, as it has fewer cyber security teams and privacy policies. The Japanese city of 2.6 million ranks three in personal safety and 14 in Digital security ranking.
4 Toronto, Canada
Coming next in the list is Toronto. This populous city in Canada is the best to live in terms of safety, business environment, democracy, food security, cost of living, and livability, according to the Index. Toronto ranks 5 in personal safety and 11 in Health security ranking.
5 Melbourne, Australia
With overall score 87.3, Melbourne has been ranked fifth in this list. With a population of over 4.8 million Melbourne is second-most populous city in Australia and the state capital of the Australian state of Victoria. The city ranks 8 in personal security and 7 in Infrastructure security ranking.