B.Dziov became an orphan in his early childhood. His father died fighting Nazis during the WW2. His mother died earlier. So he grew up in a big and tight family of his grandmother, uncles and aunts. Surrounded with their love and care he accumulated the highest moral principles and traditions the members of his family followed to. Boris received an excellent education, step by step completing the courses in Internal Ministry’s Higher School, historical faculty of North Ossetian State University and later on Internal Ministry’s Academy in Moscow.
He did his service mostly within the criminal police, occupying the key positions in it. In 1980-1987 he was on diplomatic service in Czechoslovakia. After returning back he was appointed to the assistant commander of the USSR Criminal Police Headquarters.