These days, business doesn't have to be done in the office. Often, there are workers in other locations who can keep up with everything that's going on in the office. Hard-working remote workers add a lot of value to the business, but they must stick to the same security measures that workers in your office do. If remote workers aren't serious about security, they can cause untold damage to the network.
Passwords are a part of everyday life, but that doesn't mean that everyone knows how to choose them. Often, workers will choose simple passwords, such as their name or a number like 1234. Passwords that are easily guessed make up a large percentage of the passwords people choose, and hackers know this all too well. If your company has remote workers who are lax on passwords because they don't think anyone will try to hack them, they are the perfect target for a data breach.