From what little I know, as long as you remove the 'trigger' (moisture), you're pretty much 'safe' in preventing the mold from continuing down the path to destruction.
Humidity needs to be fairly high along with a fairly high temp to persist. PLUS, it needs a food source. Sources like starch, paper, dust, and so on.
Uh, to bring this full-circle, I'm not sure who I'm writing to in this particular follow-up. If you can 'forward' this on to whoever was interested, I'd appreciate it. (And if you're just making a 'note', then please disregard what I wrote.)