This Week:

On Sunday, the world’s largest meat processor, JBS, underwent a cyberattack that shut down facilities across the nation. At present, the FBI is investigating as many as 100 different types of ransomware as U.S. corporations continue to suffer attacks. Morgan Wright, Chief Security Advisor at Sentinel One and Cyber Security Expert, discusses what these strikes mean for the companies who suffer them, and how the United States can beef up cyber defense.

Later this month, President Joe Biden will meet with foreign leaders at the G7 and NATO summits in Europe. The President will also meet with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on June 13 and have a “bilateral summit with Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin on June 16th,” according to Secretary Jen Psaki. Fox News Contributor and former communications advisor to Secretary of State John Kerry, Marie Harf, and Fox News Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Greg Palkot, discuss what President Biden should hope to accomplish in these meetings.

Will Democrats and Republicans be able to find common ground and pass a bipartisan infrastructure plan? While President Biden has indicated that he wants a bipartisan compromise on his infrastructure bill, he has also indicated he won’t wait on Republicans. If a deal is not reached Democrats said they will go it alone again through a process called budget reconciliation. FOX News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram about what budget reconciliation is and if we’ll have an infrastructure plan passed this summer.

This week marked the official start of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season and FEMA is getting ready for what is expected to be an active one according to NOAA. FEMA has already been stretched thin this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, wildfires, and the migrant surge at the southern border. FOX News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with former FEMA administrator Pete Gaynor about how FEMA gets ready for hurricane season, how COVID-19 changed the way FEMA prepares for disasters and how Americans can plan ahead to get ready for this year’s upcoming season.