Just throwing it out there that attic mold is often not a simple case of not enough insulation. It’s a combination of insulation, adequate unobstructed cold air intake (vented soffit and or gable end wall vents) and warm air outlets (roof vents, ridge cap vents).
The outlet vents can be passive, basically just a covering over a hole in the roof, or active, turbine vents, newer solar powered vents with a built in fan that kinda look like regular vents or electric powered vents that can be put on a switch or tied to a thermostat in the attic.
It’s all about convection. Cold air in, it warms up, picks up moisture along the way, rises and escapes. It’s the air FLOWING that makes the difference.
Not that it looks like this is the case here but, any bathroom exhausts or the like should be an insulated flex line (insulated to prevent condensation) to a dedicated vent designed for the purpose. It should be taped end to end so the moist air will not actually be vented into the attic.