Dinos is responsible for cybersecurity training at the Military College, Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare on the Senior Command & Staff Course at Defence Forces Ireland. He is a cybersecurity instructor on the NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP), and an adjunct lecturer in the Dept of Computing & Information Systems at the University of Greenwich.
Dinos was a co-author of the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) / NATO Cybersecurity Curriculum, and is a member of the PfPC Emerging Security Challenges Working Group (based in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany), where he is also on the editorial board of the PfPC international affairs publication 'Connections.' He was recently appointed to the PfPC group writing the new Combating Terrorism training curriculum.
Dinos holds the Lead Auditor certificate for ISO 27001, Information Security Management Systems, from the British Standards Institution. He taught and tutored officers from over 50 countries at the NATO School Oberammergau for several years.
He previously worked in aviation as the European affairs manager for British Regional Airlines, for the aviation consultancy Avia Solutions (which included a secondment to British Airways), and then as Communications Director for CANSO, the association representing national air traffic control authorities. He has a PhD in EU Law and Policy, and an undergrad in International Relations. He is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport.
In his spare time Dinos is a safety boat operator for both dinghy sailing and powerboat racing. He also volunteers with the Sean Edwards Foundation using his cybersecurity skills to help develop technology to improve motorsport safety.