With terror groups becoming increasingly tech-savvy, the need for new and innovative ways to protect the public is vital.

This week’s show comes from the Security and Counter Terror Expo in London – the UK’s biggest gathering of security experts and professionals.

Chris Creegan learns how virtual reality can be used to help prepare for terrorist attacks, while Gemma Morris witnesses a ‘net gun’ take down a drone while getting insights from the former head of Counter Terrorism Command for the Metropolitan Police, Richard Walton

Back in the Sky News Swipe studio, Simon Miller has our games review with Wilson’s Heart for VR, Dragon Quest Heroes 2 and What Remains Of Edith Finch.

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