Dinos A. Kerigan-Kyrou focuses on the security of cyberspace, particularly preventing the nefarious use of cyberspace. Dinos is an instructor on the NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme, based at the Partnership for Peace Consortium, US Army Garrison, Bavaria, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
Dinos is responsible for the cyber security training on the Joint Command & Staff Course at the Irish Defence Forces, Military College, Curragh Camp, Co Kildare. He's a co-author of the NATO / PfPC Cybersecurity Training Reference Curriculum, and contributor to the Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum. Dinos is on the editorial board of 'Connections' published by the PfPC and US European Command, and on the advisory board of CSARN, the voluntary organisation which brings together police, government, and business to address new and existing threats. He's on the PfPC Emerging Security Challenges Working Group, and has recently been appointed to assist in the development of NATO online 'Joint Advanced Distributed Learning' military education.
Dinos is also a volunteer for the Clinical Human Factors Group healthcare charity, and published the recent CHFG cybersecurity guidance for NHS staff.
Siobhan joined the University of Abertay in 1996, retiring in 2019. She is now a Visiting Fellow. Her current activities at Abertay centre around the enhancement of teaching and learning via learning technologies.
She began her academic career at the University of Dundee where she gained MA(Hons) in Psychology in 1984. She completed her PhD in cognitive neuropsychology entitled ‘The structure of recall in amnesia’ in 1989 and was afterwards awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship ‘Serial Order from Parallel Systems’. In 1993 she took up a lectureship at the University of Coventry.
Siobhan has 35 years of experience in research and teaching of Psychology to undergraduates, postgraduates at MA and PhD levels and supervision of Postdoctoral Research Fellows. She has experience in quality enhancement and quality assurance in undergraduate teaching and learning at institutional and national levels. She is an experienced external examiner for BSc Psychology and PhD Neuropsychology and served on the British Psychological Society accreditation panel assessing universities' compliance with regulations for the award of undergraduate Psychology degrees in the UK.
Her community work includes advising voluntary sector organisations on their activities and governance, in particular, for the Parkinson’s Disease Society in Scotland. She also contributes to the Macmillan Cancer Trust initiative ‘Improving the Cancer Journey’ as a member of the Cancer Voices Group.