The British publication “The Economist” has made a top of the world’s safest 11 cities, taking into account factors such as personal safety, including urban crimes, terrorism and other violence, digital security, measuring cyber attacks, health care hospital care, emergency services, hospital conditions) and infrastructure that targets building strength, road and bridge status. The publication analyzed 60 cities around the world, taking into account 49 safety indicators that include each of these points, and scored up to a maximum of 100 points. Following the top ranking, experts have come to the conclusion that human dangers, such as cyber threats, terrorism, and violence caused by inequality, are on the rise in major cities. No city in the United States was able to rank in the top 10, San Francisco being the only city to score a higher score, ranking 15th. On the other hand, Japan and Australia each have two cities in the top 10 most secure city centers. London ranked 20th, Paris 24th, followed by Italian cities Milan and Rome. Karachi, the capital of Sindh province in Pakistan, ranked last in a score of 38.77.