Earlier today a report from The New York Times said that LoopPay, the company that Samsung acquired to help power its Samsung Pay mobile payments service, had been the target of a recent "sophisticated" hack. However, Samsung has now responded to the article noting that Samsung Pay was in no way compromised, and the hack was limited to LoopPay's office network and was quickly addressed. From Samsung:

The article raised questions as to the effect of this on the recently launched Samsung Pay service. The first thing to know is that Samsung Pay was not impacted and at no point was any personal payment information at risk. This was an isolated incident that targeted the LoopPay office network, which is a physically separate network from Samsung Pay. The LoopPay incident was resolved and had nothing to do with Samsung Pay.

Samsung goes on to note that LoopPay acted swiftly as soon as the hack was discovered, calling in two independent security teams and quarantining the targeted devices.

Sources: Samsung, The New York Times