Consumer confidence remains strong, but that’s not stopping retailers from worrying about the economy.

General economic conditions ranked as a top risk factor for the 9th consecutive year in an annual ranking of the top 25 risk factors by retailers, cited by 100% of respondents. Cybersecurity and regulatory concerns shared the top spot with the economy.

That’s according to BDO USA’s 11th annual “Retail RiskFactor Report,” which examines the risk factors listed in the most recent SEC 10-K filings of the largest 100 public U.S. retailers. Other top risk factors include: industry competition and consolidation; natural disasters/terrorism/geo-political events; labor, litigation; implementation/maintenance of IT systems; and credit markets/availability of financing.

Retail space overcapacity is another pressing issue. As e-commerce continues to accelerate, retailers continue to reassess and optimize their real estate portfolios. Eighty-four percent of retailers cite impediments to U.S. expansion as a risk, and 69% reference risks associated with owning and leasing real estate, up from 54% last year.

In addition, failure to invest new capital in new stores or projects was cited by 63% this year. And 44% are concerned with risks associated with mall traffic and competition for…