India’s national cyber security system “Arlo” (Arista/Reuters) has been rated the world’s best in terms of cybersecurity, according to an assessment by Arlo Security, the security firm behind Arlo.
The assessment, which is based on the work of Arlo and the Global Institute for Digital Forensics (GIDF), was published by the World Economic Forum in Davos.
According to Arlo, the system is among the best in use globally.
“Ario is the largest and most advanced system in the industry, but is also very secure,” the report said.
“The security posture of Arlos systems is exceptional, and the company has been the most trusted and trusted partners in the security industry.”
The report said that “Arlos’ security posture is also well known, both globally and within the company”.
The report noted that Arlos “stands out for its high level of compliance and trustworthiness” among its customers.
“Arlo has a long and proud history of developing the world-class Arlo systems that have been deployed by hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide,” it said.
Arlo, Arlo’s parent company, has been awarded the $1 billion Global Innovation Award for innovation by the GIDF in 2018.
In addition to Arlos, Arlons security system was the subject of an investigation by the United States government last year.
The Department of Justice said that Arlones systems were not subject to the most stringent controls in the country and were being used to hack into US government networks.
Arlons parent company said in its report that it “continues to work closely with the Department of Homeland Security to ensure the security of our systems, and is committed to protecting the privacy of our customers.”
The Arlo security systems, which are in use by many companies and governments around the world, include a cloud-based service called Arlo Cloud.