They tried to approach this already with Checkpoint Provisioning control, but was too complicated to be adopted by a laymen like as, it was more complicating life of super admin then helping having put burden of approving changes on him. But with R80 they take the different path – now multiple administrators can edit the same Security Policy simultaneously. And what makes it useful and practical is that granularity of such changes is per security rule. That is, if administrator A changes/changed some rule, the Administrator B will see this rule as greyed out and not editable. On the other hand all other rules are available to Administrator B to work on. That is nice indeed.