Your key requirements should realistically depend on what your home insurer requires. If they specify a particular type of lock in order to meet a requirement / get a lower premium etc, then that is the type of lock you should fit.
Often apartments or managed properties will have a minimum requirement or a preferred supplier.
All locks do is delay a thief - certain types of locks will delay a thief more than others, but if someone wants to get into your property they will be unlikely to worry about the lock unless it is a very weak one. They will simply kick in the door or break a window.
Of much greater importance, if you are worried about break-ins, is to fit a door which has a strong wood or metal core, with multiple anchor points around the frame activated by a deadbolt lock, and ensure the frame is solidly affixed to the structure of your property.
(As an aside, this is why lockpicks are now legal in the UK and various other countries - only lockpicking enthusiasts, locksmiths, law enforcement and spies use them. Burglars use a brick, crowbar or their foot)