Tags: Application, applications, Cybersecurity, development, framework, GUI designer, interfaces, Malcolm Shore, manual coding, Python, Rapid
Developing graphical user interfaces (GUIs) in Python traditionally involves a lot of manual coding. wxGlade, a GUI designer written in Python for the wxPython GUI toolkit, was designed to help simplify this process. In this course, learn how to quickly develop Python GUI apps using the wxPython library—which brings the wxWidgets capability to Python—and the wxGlade tool. To lend each concept a real-world context, instructor Malcom Shore steps through how to build a cybersecurity compliance app based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Malcom begins by detailing how to create a simple wxPython application. He then shows how to construct a user interface for your application using wxGlade and add functional application code to put the finishing touches on your project.
Chief Security Architect
Malcolm Shore is a cybersecurity expert who spent ten years as a director at New Zealand’s GCSB.
Dr. Shore was the principal security officer at the Australian National Broadband Network Company and the director of education and community relations for the Australian Information Security Association. He’s currently a technical director at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, and an educator in the fields of forensics, information warfare, security management, and applied cryptography. He holds a PhD in information security.
Skills covered in this course
Python (Programming Language), Graphical User Interface (GUI), Rapid Application Development (RAD)
What they do
Software Developer, Corporate Finance Specialist, University Professor, Salesperson, and Recreation Professional