Did your kid get a lot of new "smart" toys over the holidays? Internet-connected smart toys could be a hacking haven, as these toys collect data from the kids who use them. Last year, the FBI issued a warning saying some smart toys could be putting your child's safety and privacy at risk. Cyber security expert Monica Eaton-Cardone says the toys parents need to pay attention to are any that have a camera, a microphone, or connect to the internet. When you get the toy, Eaton-Cardone says the first thing you should do is make sure to understand how it works and how it connects to WiFi. She recommends creating a Google alert for the toy, so you can pay attention to security breaches or any updates on the toy. These toys can be great fun for kids, but it's important parents pay attention to the technology that goes along with them.