Subject. The article discusses the transformation of retail risks in the post-epidemic period. The pandemic altered the consumer behavior, thus inducing new risks. E-commerce risks are on agenda. However, some other risks were overlooked, though they relate to changes in consumer preferences, strict hygienic requirements, etc Objectives. We look for new retail risks, which emerge as a result of changes in the consumer behavior during the pandemic. We suggest how retail companies should mitigate the risks. Methods. Retail risks were identified through the content analysis of available sources and evaluate their content. Results. We found new retail risks arising from changes in the consumer behavior of people, including cyberattack risks at retail enterprises, sale of counterfeit or low-quality products, theft, etc. Conclusions and Relevance. To mitigate retail risks in the post-epidemic period, companies need to perform some actions. They should establish the internal cybersecurity department, order independent audit, use the AI technology, etc. The above activities will require significant financial resources and professional talent. Therefore, most of the activities are affordable only for large retail chains.