Just wanted to see if anyone had any unique ideas that I could add to my own. Would also appreciate critiques and/or suggestions. Here's what I do to securely carry important identity/financial data with me when I travel. I start with 2 flash drives - one in the form of a Corsair Survivor 32GB USB3 flash drive, and one in the form of a tiny 32GB microSDHC card. Each is formatted in exFAT format (so it is readable in Windows or MacOS). I have the following ASCII text files: ICE.txt ("In Case of Emergency"): Contains my name, country of origin, home address and contact information, names and contact information of people that I'm currently traveling with, and an emergency name/contact information of someone that isn't traveling with me. CreditCardContactInfo.txt: contains a list of all of the financial institutions that I have credit cards with (names only, no card numbers or what type of card it is) and their USA/international contact numbers. FamilyInformation.txt: contains a simple list of the names of my immediate family members. Medical.txt: contains basic medical information such as allergies, blood type, medical problems/issues, important medications I take, and health insurance contact information. On the same drive, I also have on a TrueCrypt encrypted partition: - Scans/photos of the front and back of each of my credit cards - Scans/photos of my passport - Scans/photos of my drivers license - An ASCII text file containing a list of my credit cards and numbers as well as contact information of the issuing financial institution - An encrypted KeePass file containing all of my userIDs and passwords for online sites, email, online banking, frequent flyer numbers, etc. And finally, a \bin folder containing Windows and OSX runtime versions of Google Chrome, KeePass, and TrueCrypt. All of this data is duplicated on the 2 flash drives and stored separately from each other - the Corsair flash drive in the hotel safe and the microSDHC card stored in a waterproof stainless steel pill case (with USB adapter) around my neck. So what do you all do to carry secure emergency data around?