When you are doing a website audit, one of the things that people tend to overlook are security headers.
A security header is a directive that is used by web applications to configure security defenses in web browsers. With security headers in place, browsers will make it harder to exploit client-side vulnerabilities.
This is why security headers should be a priority for anybody who publishes content on the internet. Luckily, security headers are easy to install on your website.
Roger Montti wrote a Search Engine Journal column where he shows us how they work, as well as the top security headers, how to implement them, and more!