White House Abandons 'One Big Cybersecurity Bill'

In an effort to push cybersecurity legislation through Congress, the Obama administration has given up trying to pass one big bill and is opting to break up the legislation into bite-size chunks that lawmakers are more likely to approve, the White House cybersecurity czar said. "I think it's easier to get smaller pieces through rather than one big cybersecurity bill," said White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel at a news event hosted by the Christian Science Monitor and the Center for National Policy.