It seems that one of the weak points in LUKs encryption is that the LUKs header can be a single point of failure if you do not create a backup header for it.
My question is: What methods of securing your backup LUKs header do you take to ensure it is not recovered by someone else?
Possible options that come to mind for me:
Hiding them in a safe location or leaving it with a trusted third party
Using stenography to hide them
A combination of all three?