There are several ways LastPass helps you "back up" your wallet:
Create Secure Notes for Important DocumentsWith templates for credit cards, driver's licenses, passports, and more, the secure note is a safe way to backup your sensitive information. To get started:
- Log into LastPass, and open your vault
- Click the "add note" option on the left-hand menu
- Select a note type, and name the note, eg "Mary's Passport", "Company Credit Card"
- Enter all relevant data points, including the customer service contact information, theft report numbers, and any security questions or pin codes attached to the account.
Attach Photocopies to Notes
LastPass notes also have an attachments feature, so you can attach PDFs, .DOCs, and other documents to your notes.
Then, before you leave, edit a secure note in your vault, click the "paperclip" icon, and attach these documents to the relevant notes. Now if you need to provide a physical photocopy, as in the case of replacing a lost passport, you can easily login to LastPass, download the photocopy, and print it.
Access Your Data Anywhere
Once you've stored your data in your notes, and attached any important photocopies, you can also rest easy knowing that should you need that information, you can simply login to www.LastPass.com to sync your data.
Or, if you're in a location where you have use of your smartphone, you can also login on one of our Premium mobile apps to view the data.
What are your tips and tricks for preparing your sensitive data for a trip? Share in the comments below!