Anonymous hackers, who hacked Samsung’s smartphone business, stole $750,000 from the company in a recent hack, according to security researchers.
The hack is the first reported to have taken place since the smartphone maker announced in April that it had been compromised by hackers.
The data was stored on the hacked Samsung Galaxy S5, the company said in a statement.
In the statement, Samsung said it has “no indication” the hack affected its devices.
The hackers also took control of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and other phones in the group.
Samsung said in April it had suffered a hack attack and data breaches at its smartphone business in December.
The company said it is working to prevent a similar attack in the future.
Samsung is not the only company to be hacked by hackers in recent years.
In March, two years after the Sony hack, the FBI said it had uncovered a series of hacking attempts that targeted other companies including Target, PayPal, and Microsoft.
In April, cybersecurity experts said they had uncovered at least $1 million stolen from an energy storage company.
In a separate incident in March, hackers broke into an AT&T database, stole data from a data center in Georgia, and stole data for $1,400 a month from a company.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.