Samsung customers across the U.S. received an email from the company warning that their personal information was exposed in a recent data breach. The Korean tech giant revealed that back in July of this year, an unauthorized third party was able to acquire information from Samsung’s US systems. Fortunately, neither Social Security or credit and debit card numbers were exposed as a result of the cybersecurity incident. Samsung has also published a security notice (opens in new tab) with more details. While only affected customers received the email, the company warns that it will send out further emails if more customers are affected. Samsung also recommends that affected users review their accounts for any signs of suspicious activity. The company isn’t providing identity theft protection for its US customers yet. . . .