Delon served as Director of software engineering for Netscape Communications where he worked with encryption and Cyber Security. Afterwards he was executive vice president and CTO of MP3.com in San Diego. In 2000, after presenting the keynote speech at Cal-IT in London hosted by Governor Grey Davis of California, Delon Dotson was invited to relocate to the UK to help develop Internet Cyber Security solutions for mid sized and large corporations through Europe and Asia. He also worked with Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Economics, and London Business School as a lecturer, adviser and professor to entrepreneurial business students. Mr. Dotson was honored by Oxford University which established a technical scholarship in his name awarded to students called the Delon Dotson prize for technical business development. He is a popular speaker and futurist around the world.
He founded Palm Tree Technology, a company providing high end security solutions in mobile banking, funded by the Close Brothers Group of London. Mr. Dotson then served as CEO to Passur, a publicly traded New York based firm offering technological solutions to the aerospace industry. Dotson's name appears in the 2003 edition of International Who's Who and is a Registered IOD Director in London, UK.